It is unclear precisely what title Ms. O’Malley Dillon will take at the campaign or when the announcement will be made, though it could come later this week. The Biden campaign did not provide a comment on the record. The move formalizes a setup in which Ms. O’Malley Dillon has for months overseen the campaign’s direction from Washington. Donors, operatives, elected officials and other Democrats supportive of Mr. Biden have been increasingly worried about a campaign structure that had major and even minor decisions being made by White House aides and carried out by campaign personnel in Delaware. The post A Top Biden Aide Is Taking the Reins of His Re-election Campaign appeared first on New York Times.