Top Morales campaign staffer walks out weeks before primary

A top staffer left the campaign of New York City mayoral hopeful Dianne Morales less than a month away from the June 22 primary.

Campaign manager Whitney Hu quit after complaining about the treatment of minority workers, Politico reported, citing unnamed sources. Efforts to reach Hu for comment weren’t immediately successful.

Morales said in a statement Wednesday on Twitter that a “senior staff member” left and two others were “no longer active,” but didn’t name them.

“We are taking the necessary steps to address harm caused by certain staff on our campaign,” she wrote. “That process began last night when I sat with campaign staff—many of whom I consider

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