Bera, Khanna Join Biden Campaign National Advisory Board
WASHINGTON, DC – The Biden-Harris 2024 reelection campaign has announced the formation of its National Advisory Board, which will comprise 50 leading voices in the Democratic Party.
Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi will serve as chairperson of the Advisory Board. Indian American Congressmen from California, Ami Bera, and Ro Khanna have been named to the board which includes several Senators including Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, and Raphael Warnock as well as a clutch of Governors that includes Gavin Newsom, Kathy Hochul, and Wes Moore. Among the Mayors, is the Mayor of Cincinnati Aftab Pureval, who was born in India.
Board members will participate in regular media interviews, assist with fundraising efforts and events, leverage their networks and platforms to amplify the campaign’s message to voters, and engage directly with voters through grassroots efforts and events in key battleground states.
This initial group represents a cross-section of leaders in the Party who reflect the Biden coalition’s diversity across many facets, with more members likely to come on board as the campaign builds and grows, the campaign said.