Documents reveal DNC was ‘intimately involved’ in development of troubled Iowa caucus app

Yahoo: WASHINGTON — While the Democratic National Committee over the past 10 days has tried to distance itself from the troubled app that threw the results of the Iowa caucuses into disarray, a copy of the contract and internal correspondence provided to Yahoo News demonstrates that national party officials had extensive oversight over the development of the technology.

The Democrats’ Iowa caucuses took place on Feb. 3, but the outcome is still in question following a series of issues related to the failure of an app that was supposed to be used to submit results. In the days since the debacle, DNC Chair Tom Perez has criticized the Iowa Democratic Party, which ran the caucuses, and the developer of the app, Shadow Inc. 

An unaffiliated Democratic operative in Iowa provided Yahoo News with a copy of the contract between Shadow and the Iowa Democratic Party. The contract, which was signed on Oct. 14, 2019, and refers to Shadow as the “Consultant,” specified that the company had to work with the DNC and provide the national party with access to its software for testing.   read more

12 Comments on Documents reveal DNC was ‘intimately involved’ in development of troubled Iowa caucus app

  1. JUST do like Philthy Mobsters, Inc., and stuff EVERY voting machine, with 4,000 PRE-voted straight democrap tickets, and call it good.

    Geez… you amateur monkeys are OVERTHINKING it! 😝

  2. Man, was gonna’ go all technical on this one…… but then got distracted by my chicken.

    Kinda’ hard to brag about outsmarting a chicken.

    Although it was the high point of my day…..


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