Adrian Saenz, who in the 2012 election cycle served as the National Latino Vote Director for the Obama-Biden re-election campaign, has been become the Deputy Director of Intergovernmental Affairs at the White House. His appointment was announced yesterday.
According to the White House:
“Adrian Saenz joins the White House as Deputy Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, where he will lead the team assigned to work with the nation’s governors, state legislators, and other state elected officials. Saenz most recently served as a Senior Advisor at Organizing for Action and previously served as the National Latino Vote Director for the Obama-Biden re-elect. In that role, Adrian was responsible for developing and overseeing the campaign’s program to engage, mobilize, and turn out Latino voters across the country. He first started working for then-Senator Obama in 2008, as State Director in both the Texas primary and New Mexico general election campaigns. Adrian has also served as Chief of Staff in the offices of former Congressmen Ciro Rodriguez and Harry Teague and as National Field Director for the DCCC during the 2006 cycle.”
Related on Politic365: Obama’s Latino Vote Stategy, Talking with National Vote Director Adrian Saenz