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By Jeff Mason, Nandita Bose and Jarrett Renshaw
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden’s crew is leaning towards basing his 2024 re-election marketing campaign in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware, and is contemplating not less than three individuals to function his marketing campaign supervisor, Democratic sources acquainted with the issues stated.
Biden, who has stated he intends to run for re-election however has but to make a proper announcement, travels often on weekends to Wilmington, making it a pure place for political work exterior of the White Home in Washington.
Philadelphia, dwelling to Biden’s 2020 marketing campaign operations, has additionally been into consideration, the sources stated. Biden spent a part of his childhood in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and travels often to the political battleground state for occasions.
The president is contemplating not less than three individuals for the position of marketing campaign supervisor, in line with Democratic sources acquainted with the deliberations.
The candidates embrace Julie Chavez Rodriguez, the director of the White Home Workplace of Intergovernmental Affairs and a deputy marketing campaign supervisor of Biden’s 2020 marketing campaign, Jenn Ritter, who served as nationwide states director for Biden’s 2020 marketing campaign, and Sam Cornale, govt director of the Democratic Nationwide Committee.
Senior White Home advisers Mike Donilon and Anita Dunn are anticipated to be intently concerned in political technique going into the re-election as effectively.
Jen O’Malley Dillon, who served as Biden’s marketing campaign supervisor in 2020, has dominated out returning to the position in 2024, two sources stated.
Now deputy chief of employees on the White Home, she will likely be influential in choosing who takes the reins for the 2024 race, one supply stated.