Democratic National Committee

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The Democratic National Committee (D.N.C. or DNC) is a group of people who coordinate the activities of the U.S. Democratic party in all fifty states. The D.N.C. is headquartered in the nation's capital, Washington, DC. It also has state Democratic party headquarters in each of the 50 state capitals.

The current chairman is Jaime Harrison of South Carolina and the Deputy Chairman is Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan.

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