Presidential campaign manager Joe Biden will join the newly elected president at the White House in January.
Two Democratic sources confirmed to Fox News on Monday night that Jen O’Malley Dylan would serve as deputy chief of staff in Biden’s new administration.
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O’Malley Dylan will join Ron Klein, who was announced as Biden’s incoming White House chief of staff last week, and Louisiana’s Cedric Richmond, national co-chair of Biden’s presidential campaign, who is expected to serve as a senior adviser. .
The expected meetings are expected to be announced on Tuesday. The news of O’Malley Dylan was first reported by NBC News.
O’Malley Dylan, the first woman to run a successful Democratic presidential campaign, joined Biden’s team as campaign manager in mid-March. At the time, the former vice president held first-run competitions and rallies and moved from the favorite to all but certain nominees, as much of the party establishment united behind the White House candidacy. She is driving the transformation of Biden’s campaign from a small and weak major operation struggling to raise money into a massive general election machine that sets fundraising records.
The resumption of the presidential campaign of O’Malley Dylan, 44, began in 2000 when she worked in New Hampshire on the campaign of then-Vice President Al Gore shortly after graduating from Tufts University in her native Massachusetts. She helped govern the then Sen. John Edwards ‘second place in Iowa in 2004, and four years later she served as Edwards’ state director in Iowa, when he ranked second in those parties.
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After working on Barack Obama’s general election campaign in 2008 as director of states on the battlefield, she served as executive director of the Democratic National Committee during President Obama’s first term in the White House. And she was deputy campaign manager for Obama’s successful 2012 re-election.
In March last year, O’Malley Dylan led the presidential campaign of former Beto O’Rourke representative from Texas, until he ended his campaign in early November.