Alloy promised Democrats a data edge over Trump. The DNC didn’t buy it. Now what?
Alloy was one of the most-hyped data firms of the 2020 election, and Reid Hoffman and Todd Park backed it with $35 million. But Democrats are still at war over what value it adds to the party.
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