President Biden has named new leadership for his re-election campaign.
According to the New York Times, citing five people familiar with the matter, Jennifer O’Malley Dillon will take over Biden’s re-election effortswa
Dillon, who was the campaign manager for Biden in 2020, has served as a deputy chief of staff in the White House since the beginning of Biden’s term.
The top aide will move to the Biden campaign headquarters in Wilmington, Delaware, the report noted.
A new Washington Post report warned the Biden administration that Democratic Party voters becoming more hawkish on immigration will pose a challenge to its 2024 re-election. (Photographer: Jacquelyn Martin/AP/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
It was immediately unclear when Dillon will take over from Biden’s current head of re-election efforts– Julie Chávez Rodríguez.
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Rodríguez previously worked in the White House under former President Barack Obama. She also worked in different capacities for Kamala Harris’ and Biden’s 2020 presidential campaigns.