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Nevada – Draft Biden announced today that veteran political strategist Ronni Council will serve as State Director for the Nevada Draft Biden movement. Council joins a new roster of prominent campaign operatives in the early primary and caucus states.

“Vice President Biden has maintained an extremely strong relationship with Nevadans throughout his time in office,” Council said. “As we’ve seen every time he visits our state, his ability to listen and relate with every day Americans is one of the reasons he’s so respected here. Vice President Biden’s honest, forthright leadership is why his voice is needed and will be welcomed in the coming debate for the presidency.”

Draft Biden has also announced the hiring of additional team members to lead the Draft effort. Jocelyn Sida, an Obama/Biden delegate to the 2012 Democratic Convention, will serve as Latino Outreach Director.”Vice President Joe Biden has the most experience among all candidates to lead this country forward,” said Sida. “President Barack Obama chose him as his right-hand because he knew that Joe Biden was equipped to be his successor. There is a lot of work to be done in the next few years, and the only one that can carry that torch, on issues of immigration and social justice, is Vice President Joe Biden.”

Background: The Draft Biden SuperPAC is an effort to compel Vice President Biden to throw his hat into the ring for the 2016 Presidential campaign, Over the past few weeks, the Vice President has given numerous signs that he is seriously considering making a bid for the White House. The Draft Biden SuperPAC is currently working to build the infrastructure and recruit the support the Vice President would need should he launch a campaign. Well over 200,000 Americans have signed a petition to ask the Vice President to run.

About Ronni Council: Originally from Las Vegas, Council is the President and Founder of Organized Karma, one of the most respected political consultancies in Nevada. She started her political career working for Senator Harry Reid’s re-election campaign and served as State Director for Joe Biden’s 2008 Presidential campaign, before becoming Senior Adviser in Nevada for the Hillary Clinton campaign. Council is also heavily involved in the Southern Nevada community including work with non-profit agencies like St. Jude’s Ranch. She has also served as the President of the Women’s Democratic Club of Clark County and Chair of Emerge Nevada, the state’s foremost organization dedicated to preparing women to run for public office.

About Jocelyn Sida: Sida is a first generation Mexican-American born and raised in Los Angeles, California. During the 2008 Presidential election, Sida was chosen as the only Spanish-speaking Rock the Vote trail reporter, later elected as an Obama/Biden delegate to the 2012 Democratic Convention. Sida has continued to develop her passion for social justice and immigrant rights through a variety of means. In 2012, she ran for local school board, then in 2013 served as bilingual communications director for a citywide campaign. Since then, Jocelyn’s campaign experience spans the country from Los Angeles, Miami, New York, to Chicago where she passionately advocates for the diverse Latino community on the key issues of health care, immigration, workers rights, technological innovation and data-driven voter engagement.
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