Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) c…

Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi GabbardTulsi GabbardGabbard calls on DNC chairman to step down after Iowa ‘debacle’Sanders’s New Hampshire lead holds in new CNN pollThe Hill’s Campaign Report: Democrats set for critical debate in New HampshireMORE (D-Hawaii) called on Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairman Tom PerezThomas Edward PerezClintons top five vice presidential picksGovernment social programs: Triumph of hope over evidenceLabors ‘wasteful spending and mismanagement at Workers CompMORE to step down following the chaotic Iowa caucus. 
Gabbard said in an email sent to supporters Sunday that the “trust” voters deserve under Perez’s leadership “has been broken.”
Thats why today Im asking that you join me in demanding that Tom Perez accept responsibility for this gross failure in leadership and resign now, Gabbard wrote, linking to a petition calling for the party chairs resignation. 
Under the leadership of Tom Perez, the DNC has kowtowed to billionaires, caused a debacle in Iowa, and undermined the voters trust in our elections, she added. 
Gabbards campaign prioritized its efforts in New Hampshire, opting to skip placing a focus in the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucus. She still faces an uphill battle in New Hampshire, registering at 2.7 percent support in New Hampshire polls, according to a RealPoliticsAverage. 
The Iowa Democratic Party blamed its delay in results on an app the party was using. 
Perez said Sunday on CNN he is absolutely not considering resigning after the chaos. His response came after Rep. Marcia FudgeMarcia Louise FudgeGabbard calls on DNC chairman to step down after Iowa ‘debacle’DNC chairman says he’s ‘absolutely not’ considering resigningKey House Democrat says Perez must go: ‘He doesn’t lead on anything’MORE (D-Ohio) called for him to step down.  
A spokesperson for the DNC was not immediately available for comment Sunday in response to Gabbards call for Perez to step down.