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Biden picks Julie Chavez Rodriguez as 2024 campaign manager

When President Biden announced his re-election bid on Tuesday, he named Julie Chavez Rodriguez his campaign manager, promoting a senior adviser and the most senior Latino in the White House.

Ms. Chavez-Rodriguez, a veteran of the Obama administration and Vice President Kamala Harris’ political orbit, also worked on Mr. Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign before becoming director of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs. She is the granddaughter of Cesar Chávez, a prominent farm worker labor leader.

Fitting into the world of Mr. Biden’s small circle of close aides, many of whom have known him for decades, can be a challenge. But some Democrats said Ms. Chavez-Rodriguez had impressed senior advisers, adding that she was seen as a trusted team member with strong political connections and experience.

She is also close to Ms Harris. Ms. Chávez Rodríguez, herself a native of California, served as Governor for Ms. Harris during her term as California State Senator and during her 2020 presidential campaign.

Quentin Fulks, a Democratic strategist who was campaign manager of Sen. Raphael Warnock of Georgia, who successfully ran for re-election last year, has been named lead deputy campaign manager.

“Jolie and Quentin are trusted and effective leaders who know what is at stake in this election and will use their knowledge and energy to manage a campaign that affects all Americans,” Mr Biden said in a statement. said in a statement.

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