Mod’s note: 2020 Presidential campaign jobs

Presidential hiring outlooks (Last updated Feb 11)

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For clarity, we have moved our tips on getting a job with a Democratic Presidential campaign to a new link. If you haven’t applied and worked for a Presidential election before, check it out first! We’ll keep this post with updates from specific jobs and campaigns.

Hiring list updated on a rolling basis as the campaign evolves[^1]. Candidates that drop out are noted in the footnotes[^4].

These are categorized by whether they are specifically hiring for data, tech, & analytics at this time and ordered alphabetically by last name. If you have additional information or corrections please email lena at progressivedatajobs dot org.

These are the candidates known[^2] to be hiring data & analytics staff

We were unable to locate resume banks or other application processes for these candidates[^3]

  • Tulsi Gabbard
  • Deval Patrick

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[^1]: Has officially announced for President and has either an active campaign or exploratory committee

[^2]: In some cases we confirmed this by reaching out to campaign staff. However as we are a site operating on a budget of free ninety nine, we don’t have the capacity to reach out to all of them. If you can confirm other hiring, please email Lena!

[^3]: Source for active campaigns – NY Times

[^4]: Formerly declared, no longer in the race (alpha by last name): Booker, Bullock, Castro, De Blasio, Delaney, Gillibrand, Harris, Hinckenlooper, Inslee, Messam, Moulton, O’Rourke, Ryan, Sestak, Swalwell, Williamson

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