The announced Friday that it will not hire any private political vendors that provide services to primary challengers, and it will discourage individual House from doing so as well.
, first reported by and , is a shot across the bow to insurgent candidates and the firms that work with them. It applies broadly to firms that do polling, advertising, digital consulting, fundraising and field organizing.
The DCCC’s new policy, which it sent to over 100 political firms on Friday, also laid out new diversity requirements aimed at ensuring the party employs firms that reflect its voters’ diversity along racial, gender and other lines.
A statement from DCCC Executive Director Allison Jaslow focused on the diversity efforts, rather