President Joe Biden is taking a new approach to his campaign strategy as the election year kicks off.
As the election year kicks off, President Joe Biden is taking a new approach to his campaign strategy. The current incumbent plans to host an innovative fundraiser with former Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.
According to NBC News, the event aims to motivate the Democratic electorate as the election appears to be a rematch between former President Trump and Biden. The news outlet’s Washington-based managing editor, Carol Lee, revealed the exclusive details on the “first of its kind” fundraiser while contributing to NBC’s Meet The Press.
“The Biden campaign is trying to organize a fundraiser with President Biden, former President Obama, and former President Clinton. The three of them headlining a fundraiser, they hope it raises a ton of money. No date has been set, but it is likely to happen in the spring, March or April,” explained Lee on the show.
The journalist mentioned not only the occasion’s monetary hopes but also its intention of “energizing” voters to take action.
While no further details were revealed, the Biden-Harris ticket has already begun numerous events and campaign strategies to reach their electorate directly, including Black voters. Recent advertisements have highlighted the administration’s work on behalf of the community. Vice President Harris has also embarked on a Fight For Reproductive Freedoms Tour to remind voters that abortion rights are still in jeopardy, and this election is pivotal in protecting women’s right to choose and bodily autonomy.
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Source: Black Enterprise