Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | Bernie Sanders Campaign Shakes Up New Hampshire Operation Advertisement Supported by BySydney Ember and Jonathan Martin Sept. 15, 2019 Updated 4:56 p.m. ET Senator Bernie Sanders has overhauled his New Hampshire state operations, as his campaign fights to maintain support in a state he won by more than 22 percentage points in 2016. In a series of moves, the campaign has replaced the New Hampshire state director, Joe Caiazzo, with Shannon Jackson, who is deeply enmeshed in Mr. Sanders’s inner circle and who led the senator’s re-election campaign in Vermont last year. Mr. Caiazzo, The moves were announced to the campaign’s New Hampshire staff on Sunday. “We feel really good about where we stand in New Hampshire right now,” said Faiz Shakir, the Sanders campaign manager. “The poll numbers, the volunteer capacity, the crowds that we have been getting at these events all suggest to us that we are in a very good position.” He added: “Obviously, much work to do to continue that trend.” The Sanders campaign also recently shook up its top leadership, promoting both Ari Rabin-Havt, the chief of… Read full this story
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