Biden Shores Up Defenses In Battleground State

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The Biden campaign is bolstering its presence in Nevada
, a critical battleground state, with the announcement of four new staff hires. These strategic appointments aim to strengthen the campaign’s leadership team and expand its outreach efforts in the Silver State.

The current chairperson of the Democratic Party Central Committee in Clark County, Shelby Wiltz, will be President Biden’s campaign manager in Nevada to help with his reelection campaign. Wiltz brings valuable experience from her previous involvement in Biden’s 2020 bid in Nevada.

Chelsey Wininger, the executive director of the Nevada Assembly Democratic Caucus, has been appointed as the Nevada deputy state campaign manager. Wininger’s expertise in Democratic caucus operations will contribute to the campaign’s organizational efforts.

Sean Hoey, a senior adviser for the Nevada State Democratic Party, will assume the campaign’s general election director position in Nevada. Hoey’s knowledge and strategic insights will be instrumental in navigating the general election challenges.

Demi Falcon, the deputy chief of staff for Nevada Rep. Dina Titus (D), will join the campaign as the Nevada political and coalition director. Falcon’s experience in managing political affairs and building coalitions will be crucial in connecting with diverse communities and mobilizing support for the campaign.

The newly formed state leadership team will focus on engaging with voters and organizing in critical communities to support Democratic candidates at all levels. Their efforts will contribute to the goal of electing Democrats across the ballot, as stated in a campaign statement.

Nevada holds significant importance in the Democrats’ 2024 calendar, having been designated as an early state by the Democratic National Committee earlier this year. President Biden’s narrow victory in Nevada by around two percentage points in 2020 highlights the state’s significance as a battleground.

In a recent visit to Las Vegas, President Biden emphasized infrastructure investments and announced $8.2 billion in funding for passenger rail projects, including a high-speed system connecting Nevada and California. This demonstrates the administration’s commitment to advancing transportation infrastructure in the region.

Looking ahead, Nevada Democratic Sen. Jacky Rosen is preparing for reelection next year, while Democratic Reps. Titus, Steven Horsford, and Susie Lee are identified as potential targets for Republicans in the 2024 elections, according to the National Republican Congressional Committee.