US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris met their top 150 donors, including one Indian-American entrepreneur, to develop a successful strategy to raise funds for their 2024 re-election campaign. The event marked the first in-person donor conference of Biden’s 2024 re-election campaign.
The campaign has set a target of raising USD 2 billion for the 2024 re-election campaign, double the USD 1 billion raised during the previous election cycle.
Leading Indian-American fundraiser, Ajay Jain Bhutoria, who is the Democratic Party deputy national finance chair, was among the 150 major Democratic donors to attend the meeting in Washington DC. Bhutoria praised the Biden administration’s accomplishments and his attendance at the event highlights the growing influence and representation of the Indian-American community in national politics.
Biden’s address to donors
Biden addressed his donors, thanking them for their help and support in past elections and emphasising the importance of their continued support in the upcoming 2024 election.
Harris speaks with top donors
Vice President Harris personally spoke with all the top donors one-on-one. She talked about her work on abortion issues, insulin and broadband access in her remarks on Friday.
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