Susan Rice and her multimillionaire husband have poured thousands of dollars into Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, which significantly increased their contributions when the former national security adviser was hoisted as a potential driving companion.
Rice and her husband, former ABC News producer Ian Cameron, increased their contributions to Biden as Rice’s name moved to the top of its list of vice presidential options, showing campaign funding records, and funneling $ 24,000 to Biden in June alone. The sum marks a huge increase compared to their previous donation: Before that time, the couple had contributed a total of $ 5,800 to the campaign during the cycle.
On June 2, two days before CNN reported that Rice was among eight women who had hit the campaign, Cameron cut a $ 5,600 check to the Biden Victory Fund, his largest contribution on the bike. Cameron donated another $ 5,600 to the Biden Victory Fund three weeks later on June 26, the same day that Rice himself gave $ 1
News reports have shown since March that Rice is being considered for a senior position in the Biden administration. But her star has risen in recent months as her name was moved as a finalist for the vice presidential election. Rice has openly lobbied for the position and told NPR that she was “honored and humbled” to be considered and that her experience would make her an effective member of the executive branch.
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