“In order to win, next year and in the future, our party must invest in young and diverse talent,” said DNC Chair Jaime Harrison. “Through the Campaign Pipeline Project, the DNC will be able to identify, train, and embed young, diverse staff in communities across the country to ensure that Democrats are on the ground, and on the ground early. These organizers will build the foundation in key states across the country that Democratic campaigns will rest upon. Their work could not be more essential to our success.”
This program is the first announcement we’ve made as part of the initial $20 million investment in our midterms strategy that Chair Harrison announced earlier this year. Target states include: Virginia, New Jersey, Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, North Carolina, Nevada, and Pennsylvania. Organizers in Virginia and New Jersey will be redistributed to other states following the elections this year. Similar to our 2020 Organizing Corps program, the Campaign Pipeline Project is committed to hiring diverse, local talent that best represents the states and communities these organizers will work in.