Corey Day

Corey Day

Biden for President is hiring more staff to build out its Super Tuesday efforts, adding Corey Day as Minnesota senior advisor and Rachel Caine as Colorado state director. 

“We are building a talented and dynamic Super Tuesday team across the country and are excited to welcome Rachel and Corey to Team Joe as we strengthen the diverse coalition Joe Biden is building across the country,” said Molly Ritner, director of Super Tuesday States, Biden for President. “Rachel and Corey are respected leaders in these states and have propelled Democrats to victory up and down the ballot. Colorado and Minnesota are not only key to winning the Democratic nomination, but will be pivotal battlegrounds to ensure we defeat Donald Trump.” 

Biden for President has now hired state directors and senior advisors in Super Tuesday and battleground states across the country, including California, Massachusetts, Texas, Virginia, North Carolina and Florida. The campaign also has paid staff in key battleground and delegate-rich states like Illinois and Missouri.

Day served as the longtime executive director of the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor (DFL), overseeing the party’s local, state and federal election campaigns. He has directed state and field operations for the presidential campaigns of John Kerry, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Recently, Day served as CEO of Blue Ox Strategies. The strategist lives in the Twin Cities where he manages the Minneapolis office of New Partners.

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