Tim Canova, the Democrat running for Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s congressional seat in Florida, joined On the Record to comment on her sudden resignation as party chair.
The law professor has been playing up the fallout at the DNC after leaked emails revealed an apparent anti-Bernie Sanders bias in the committee under Wasserman Schultz’s chair.
Canova called the revelations about Wasserman Schultz’s emails a “sad spectacle,” though perhaps not too unexpected.
He spoke about the congresswoman’s “pattern” of avoiding an open campaigning process in their Florida district and the system feeling rigged on the local level.
“You either believe in democracy or you don’t, and I will say that she certainly has been avoiding the whole issue of even having a single debate with me.”
Watch the interview above.
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