Democratic U.S. House candidate Sean Eldridge is replacing his campaign manager, a spokeswoman confirmed Wednesday.
Eldridge, the husband of Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, has parted ways with campaign manager Michael Reid. His campaign did not say who would be replacing him.
"We decided to bring in new leadership for the final few months of the campaign. We wish Mike well and are appreciative of all of his hard work and efforts," said Eldridge spokeswoman Sophie Friedman in a statement.
Eldridge is running against Rep. Chris Gibson (R-N.Y.). The Democrat has contributed nearly $1 million of his own money to his campaign, Federal Election Commision records show.
The liberal blog Down With Tyranny first reported that Eldridge was replacing Reid.
The nonpartisan Cook Political Report rates the race as "Lean Republican."