The CEO of the Democratic National Committee will resign Tuesday in the wake of the committee's email scandal that surfaced just before last week's convention in Philadelphia.
A senior Democratic official told CNN that Amy Dacey, the highest-ranking official at the DNC, would not be the only one to step down. That official did not name anyone else.
Dacey's resignation was first reported by Politico.
Dacey's resignation comes after leaked emails appeared to show the committee favoring Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders during the primary.
Former DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz didn't gavel in the convention and resigned after the convention ended because of the email scandal.
The controversy began late last month when approximately 20,000 internal Democratic Party emails were leaked. A handful of those leaked emails appeared to show plans to sabotage Sanders' campaign during the primary.
The FBI is still investigating whether Russia was involved in the hacking scandal.
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