Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii has sued Google, alleging the company “unfairly suspended” her campaign ads. News reports said Gabbard’s campaign organization Tulsi Now, Inc. filed the lawsuit July 25 in a federal court in Los Angeles, claiming Google suspended the campaign’s advertising account for six hours on June 27 and June 28, which disabled efforts to raise funds and reach potential voters.
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Democratic presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard hardly a blip in the presidential polls thus far, on March 10, got some much needed national exposure when she was on a one-on-on hour-long CNN Town Hall broadcast live from Houston, Texas.
Former Ku Klux Klan leader and Louisiana GOP state lawmaker last week surprised everyone by endorsing Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard for her 2020 presidential election bid. But clearly it was an endorsement the first Hindu-American congresswoman didn’t want. She rejected it.
Tulsi Gabbard, the first Hindu U.S. Congresswoman, has officially launched her 2020 presidential campaign in Hawaii. Gabbard, an Iraq War veteran who gained national prominence in 2016 as an outspoken supporter of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders' 2016 campaign, will run for president as an anti-interventionalist Democrat who supports a populist economic agenda.