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The app that was supposed to help the Iowa Democratic Party quickly report Monday's caucus results – but contributed to confusion and a muddled result as campaigns were in an uproar – is linked to Hillary Clinton campaign veterans.
Shadow is associated with ACRONYM, a nonprofit dedicated to "advancing progressive causes through innovative communications, advertising and organizing programs." Early last year, ACRONYM announced that it was acquiring an SMS tool called Groundbase and, out of Groundbase, "launching Shadow, a company focused on building the technology infrastructure needed to enable Democrats to run better, more efficient campaigns."
ACRONYM also has picked up funding from at least one dark money group. The New Venture Fund gave ACRONYM $250,000 in 2018 and is one of a number of nonprofit groups controlled by Arabella Advisors -- a Washington-based philanthropy company. Both Araballa and New Venture Fund were founded by Eric Kessler, who worked in President Bill Clinton’s administration. Pete Buttigieg's campaign also paid Shadow over $40,000 last year for software.
Democrats lost a lot of brain-power after 2016.
originally posted by: queenofswords
Bloomberg is going to buy the election.
originally posted by: UKTruth
It looks like Bernie won easily, but the delegate count was found to be riddled with mistakes in favour of Buttigag.
They screwed Bernie again and got caught and now they have to have a do over.
originally posted by: CynConcepts
a reply to: Gandalf77
The FAIL in that answer is that after recounting...they now want to recanvas the caucas since it still is not what they wanted. Trump supporters obviously have not brought Iowa to this point.