REPORT: Wealthy Donor Helped Warren Pay for Access to DNC Voter File


A multi-million-dollar Democratic donor helped Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) pay for access to the Democratic National Committee voter base in April.

Silicon Valley physician Karla Jurvetson gave $100,000 to the DNC to help Warren’s campaign cover the $175,000 cost for the crucial voter file, BuzzFeed News reported. The DNC allows campaigns to access the file by either paying the money directly, or, in the case of Warren, having the money raised to the DNC via a donor.

The article goes on to state the following:

The Warren campaign pledged in February not to give outsized access to big donors and hold “fancy receptions and big money fundraisers,” but her team told BuzzFeed she hadn’t broken any promises:

Warren officials say she did not violate that pledge when her campaign turned to one of California’s top Democratic donors, a rich Silicon Valley physician named Karla Jurvetson, to help pay for access to a crucial voter database earlier this spring.

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