Sen. Bernie Sanders campaign is changing who will lead his presidential effort in the crucial primary state of New Hampshire.
The Sanders campaign confirmed Sunday that Joe Caiazzo, the campaign’s New Hampshire state director since March, is leaving the position. He will take on the role of Sanders state director in Massachusetts.
The article goes on to state the following:
Caiazzo is being replaced by Shannon Jackson, a longtime aide to the senator, according to the campaign. Jackson was campaign manager for Sanders 2018 Senate re-election campaign in Vermont. Kurt Ehrenberg, who had been serving as the Sanders campaign New Hampshire senior adviser, also confirmed Sunday he is leaving the campaign in a separate move.
HEADLINES: Sanders campaign makes leadership change in New Hampshire https://t.co/2qonCP6ivE
— Talk 1370 (@TALK1370) September 15, 2019
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Sen. Bernie Sanders campaign is changing who will lead his presidential effort in the crucial primary state of New Hampshire.https://t.co/9bu1BLsFwF
— Hunter Woodall (@HunterMw) September 15, 2019
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