(FeaturedNews.com) – Former President Barack Obama’s former aides have expressed concern about the 2024 reelection campaign strategies followed by President Biden’s team.
Politico in their recent report had spoken with a number of former Obama staff members all of whom spoke up about the differences in the 2012 election and the 2024 Biden campaign. Some have also stated that they were concerned over Biden’s team not having as strong of a ground game as Obama’s team had.
A Democrat, who chose to remain anonymous, told Politico that currently, everyone felt like the Biden campaign did not have “its s— together.” They added that there was no infrastructure in the state and that when compared to the Obama campaign and where they had been in 2011, Biden’s campaign could be considered “fairly anemic.”
A state director from 2012 agreed with this statement arguing that one of the big problems is that Biden did not have an organization before and that because of COVID he did not need to do a lot of ground stuff in 2019.
David Axelrod, the former chief strategist of Obama, stated that within the White House, there were a lot of people who were sitting in the White House and that perhaps some of those people needed to be involved in the campaign.
However, others are not as concerned, with Jim Messina, the former re-election campaign manager of Obama arguing that the average swing voter did not start caring about politics until the last few months before the November election.
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