The Bernie Sanders campaign has filed a breach of contract lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee after it blocked the campaign's access to voter data, leaving the candidate's team "hamstrung" and losing "critical fundraising and publicity opportunities," according to new legal documents. "The voter data is vital to the fundraising and voter identification efforts of all presidential candidates," the suit, filed in Washington DC federal court, says, estimating costs that "exceed $600,000.00 per day." "The DNC should not be permitted to tip the scales of the Democratic presidential primary without clear justification and contractual cause," the documents say/CNN. More here.
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