As they strive to “earn reelection” in 2024, President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris confront obstacles in reaching Black people with their message. To disprove the storyline of her blunders and lost opportunities as vice president, Harris plans to make the most of her time in her image-rebuilding and electability-rebuilding campaigning. In addition to seeking out opportunities to demand more action on gun violence, she is preparing a new tour of battleground states that will center on abortion rights. Whether collaborating with TikTok stars or spicing up Black drive-time radio, Democratic strategists are counting on Harris to compensate for lost ground. In a democratic system with free and fair elections, Harris thinks that persuasive communication is vital.
Most people still don’t know much about Kamala Harris, the contentious vice president, according to the Democratic women’s political organization Emily’s List. The organization zeroed in on “gettable” people in swing states where abortion is high on voters’ agendas. Polls found that more knowledge about Harris yielded more favorable results. The Biden team thinks highlighting Harris’s qualifications, such as her work on racial justice and measures to reduce gun violence, will help the top of the ticket–Joe Biden.
Her handlers insist Kamala Harris has played an essential role in the government, tackling problems including reproductive rights, climate change, and gun violence prevention (forgetting her failure as Border Czar). Harris has been resisting calls for her to do anything outside her vice president duties. She claims that everything she does is related to her position. Some Nevada polls show Biden in a challenging position, but Harris has received accolades for her leadership and dedication to helping young people overcome obstacles.
Among young people and people of color, polls show that President Biden is unpopular. It seems that opinions on the vice president are not as firmly held since Harris’ ratings among these meaningful groupings have shifted. Because of this, things have become awkward for Biden’s camp, which has idealized his bond with voters as greater than anything polls can detect. Biden’s advisers are projecting that Biden will win the race by razor-thin margins of votes, so he will have to depend on Harris’s assistance to secure a second term. Purportedly, Harris is routinely polling better.
Many Democrats have expressed their displeasure with the Biden-Harris campaign’s message plan, and as a consequence, the team is not taking reelection for granted.