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The Democratic Party committee charged with electing secretaries of state has tapped veteran North Carolina campaign staffer Travis Brimm as the group’s next executive director.
Brimm, whose new role was shared first with POLITICO, will lead the Democratic Association of Secretaries of State following a blowout midterms for the committee, where the party beat back a wave of election-denying-Republican candidates to flip Nevada and defend Democratic-held seats in other battleground states.
“Election protection, the work that secretaries do, has become a really important part of American democracy, and really the overall struggle that our nation is going through,” he said in an interview. “There’s never been a more important time to do this work.”