Joe Biden’s campaign and the Dems’ Wisconsin Coordinated Campaign have announced seven hires, including veteran operative Tanya Bjork as the strategic adviser.
The additions come after the Biden campaign late last month announced its senior leadership in Wisconsin.
Along with Bjork, who’s worked on the last three presidential campaigns in Wisconsin, the other hires include:
*John Laadt, deputy state director: he previously served as Biden’s Massachusetts state direct;
*Chris Walloch, Coordinated Campaign director: he served in the same role during the 2018 campaign;
*Devin Remiker, Coordinated Campaign deputy director: he had been working as the senior elections director for the state Dem Party;
*Nadiyah Groves, Milwaukee director: she previously served as the director of grassroots activation for the Milwaukee 2020 Host Committee and on the public engagement team for the convention.
*Elsie Raymer, political director: she had been working in Wisconsin for the National Education Association earlier this cycle.
*Matt Dannenberg, coalitions director: during the 2018 cycle, he was the political director for Wisconsin Conservation Voters.
See the release here.