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A group of Federal Election Commission employees is demanding that the White House and the Senate appoint people of color to the agency for the first time, according to a letter understood by Insider. The bipartisan Federal Election Commission has only had white-hot members in its 45 -year history. Senate Democrats have asked the White House to nominate FEC attorney Shana Broussard, who is Black, to serve on the FEC. But Trump has not acted. During 11 of the past 12 months, the agency hasn’t had enough commissioners to enforce laws, pass regulations, or otherwise execute its high-level responsibilities even as Election Day depicts closer. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more narratives.

A group of Federal Election Commission employees has a message for the White House and US Senate presidents: appoint commissioners of coloring for the first time in the agency’s 45 -year history.

All the 31 people who’ve served on the FEC as commissioners since its founding in 1975 have been white-hot. Former Commissioner Ann Ravel, who provided from 2013 to 2017, recognizes as lily-white and Latino.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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