Hillary Clinton's campaign has given its email list to the Democratic National Committee, according to a report Sunday.
The move gives the party a major boost as it prepares for the 2018 midterm elections and the 2020 presidential election under a new chair.
"This information will help candidates up and down the ballot engage with voters and win seats from the school board to the Senate," said Xochitl Hinojosa, communications director for the DNC. "We're seeing momentum and energy across the country, and this investment will help us harness the energy and turn it into votes."
According to The Huffington Post, the email list was provided as an in-kind contribution from the Hillary for America campaign organization.
Valued at $3.5 million, it includes more than 10 million new names that the DNC did not have in its voter files.
During the primary, Clinton promised that if she were not nominated to be the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, she would do what she could to help rebuild the party.
However, the Democratic Party still does not have the email lists Sen. Bernie Sanders collected during his 2016 run.