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Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is not giving up without a fight after the Democratic National Committee rejected one of his polls to qualify for the debate in September.
Less than 24 hours after announcing he qualified for the third and fourth Democratic primary debates scheduled for the fall, Yang received an email from the DNC on Tuesday telling him that he didn’t submit four polls that proved he received at least 2%.
Andrew Yang has qualified for the third and fourth Democratic primary debates scheduled for this fall.
The White House hopeful broke the news in a tweet on Monday, announcing that he is the 8th candidate to clinch a spot in the coveted events.
Andrew Yang has just qualified for the first Democratic presidential debate.
In June, Yang will be sharing the stage with Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker and Amy Klobuchar, among others, to discuss their platforms and positions on critical issues.
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