Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign provided an email list with more than 10 million names to the Democratic National Committee in order to help its efforts in the upcoming midterm elections, as well as the next presidential race, according to a Sunday Huffington Post report.
The DNC announced on Sunday the contribution, which is reportedly the equivalent of $3.5 million worth of data, according to the Federal Election Commission.
The Huffington Post reports that the 10 million new voter contacts will provide a major boost to DNC outreach.
“This information will help candidates up and down the ballot engage with voters and win seats from the school board to the Senate,” Xochitl Hinojosa, communications director for the DNC, told the news site. “We’re seeing momentum and…