Democratic presidential candidate, author Marianne Williamson addresses the viewers at the Environmental Justice Presidential Prospect Forum at South Carolina State College on November eight, 2019 in Orangeburg, South Carolina.
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Williamson’s former marketing campaign supervisor Patricia Ewing and former New Hampshire state director Paul Hodes confirmed the layoffs, initial documented by WMUR, to NBC.
WMUR documented that the Williamson marketing campaign — which at its peak boasted forty five workers associates in 4 states — has had no staffers because Tuesday.
Fiscal troubles forced the layoffs, sources explained to WMUR.
Hodes explained to a CBS News reporter Thursday that Williamson has no strategies to fall out of the Democratic major race, and will carry on to marketing campaign devoid of workers.
The report of layoffs at the Williamson marketing campaign arrived just hours just after former Housing and Urban Improvement Secretary Julian Castro declared that he would conclude his White House bid.
Williamson is among the least well-known candidates in the Democratic industry, in accordance to the polls.
But she has at situations drawn outsize awareness along the marketing campaign trail — notably in the initial major discussion in June, when she vowed that her initial presidential act would be to tell New Zealand’s key minister that “Girlfriend, you are so on.”
Williamson’s unorthodox rhetoric, steeped in much more “spiritual” language than most of her competition, swiftly established her apart from the relaxation of the industry, even if her model points haven’t translated into greater poll numbers.
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