Biden Building Democrat “Super Team”?

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( – On Wednesday the Biden-Harris 2024 reelection campaign announced that their national advisory board would be chaired by former Speaker Pelosi and would be comprised of 50 Democrats, including Senators Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker.

The campaign has noted that the board was going to be included in the media interviews, fundraising efforts, events, and attempts for the campaign’s message to be communicated to all voters. The board would also “engage directly with voters through grassroots efforts and events” in many battleground areas to help boost President Biden’s campaign.

President Biden announced two weeks ago that he was officially launching his reelection bid. Warren, Booker, and Senator Amy Klobuchar who have all been added to the committee, had previously run against Biden in the 2020 Democratic primary. Vice President Harris had also run in the 2020 Democratic primary against Biden.

The board would also include Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass, Democratic Govs. Gavin Newsom (Calif.), Josh Shapiro (Pa.), John Carney (Del.), Maura Healey (Mass.), Kathy Hochul (N.Y.), Roy Cooper (N.C.), Ned Lamont (Conn.), Michelle Lujan Grisham, (N.M.), Wes Moore (Md.) and Phil Murphy (N.J.), more than a dozen House representatives and some Senators including Sens. Chris Murphy (Conn.), Patty Murray (Wash.), and Tom Carper (Del.)

Spokesperson Kevin Munoz in his statement added that they were grateful to the board for their dedication in amplifying Biden’s message in 2020 and they were looking forward to their dedication during Biden’s reelection campaign which would allow him to “finish the job for the American people.”

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