O & Rourke told reporters in Milwaukee on Sunday that he was "in talks" with someone to become his campaign manager and offered a person's job. He did not say who that person is.
O & Rourkes campaign declined to comment, and O & M Malley Dillon did not respond to a statement.
O & Rourke and O & Malley Dillon met in South by Southwest last Saturday to discuss the role, and helpers told CNN and they spoke about being able to join her in a subsequent call to the campaign. She remains uncertain about the role, a source said, but is likely to decide this week.
It's unusual for a high-profile campaign like the one by O & Rourke to start without a campaign manager. Www.mjfriendship.de/de/index.php?op…ew&id=6 # 1991 He had met with several people, Aides said, but it is still successful to have someone for the campaign headquartered in El Paso, Texas, adjust.
"I'm currently working with an extraordinary team Who helped in the amazing Senate race we had in Texas, some of which are new to the campaign," said O & Rourke on Sunday. "I'm in talks with someone who may be very excited to manage this effort, but at the same time I'd like to thank the team that started it and made it so strong for us three and a half days after this campaign." [WhenaskedhowmanypeoplehehasofferedthejobORourkesaid:"Ihavemadeanoffer"
O. Malley Dillon was the deputy campaign manager of the re-election campaign of President Barack Obama and a leading political advisor to Justin Trudeau in Canada. She is also the executive director of the Democratic National Committee and has recently agreed to lead a new democratic exchange of information.