The DCCC just saw a major staff shake-up after fielding complaints about diversity

As Democrats fight to hang on to their House majority, the party’s campaign arm is facing some pretty big conflicts of its own.

Following uproar about the lack of diversity among senior staffers, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee conducted a massive shake-up of its top officials this week, according to Politico.

DCCC Chair Cheri Bustos framed these departures — which started with executive director Allison Jaslow resigning during what Politico called a “tense meeting” Monday and grew to include communications director Jared Smith and political director Molly Ritner — as addressing the organization’s issues with representation.