Hillary for America is expanding its African-American outreach team for the general election
NEW YORK – The Hillary Clinton campaign has hired several staffers in an effort to build an already sizable advantage with African-American voters.
Polls and primary elections show African-American voters favoring Clinton overwhelmingly.
Nadia Garnett will be the Clinton campaign’s African-American Vote Director and lead overall strategic efforts.
Malik Hubbard, who worked for Sen. Tim Kaine’s campaign for Governor in 2005, will become the Deputy African-American Vote Director.
Tamia Booker will become the Director of African-American Outreach as LaDavia Drane is promoted to handle Congressional Liaison.
Zina Pierre will become the campaign’s African-American Faith Director. Joel Payne, a former staffer of Rep. Barabara Lee (D-Calif.) will be the Director of African-American Paid Media, and Jordan Vaughn will become the African-American Finance Director.