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Former VP, U.S. Senator - Delaware


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About the Candidate

Joe Biden served as the 47th Vice President to President Barack Obama from 2009-2017. Before the Administration, Biden represented Delaware in the Senate for 36 years and served as Chair and Ranking Member of the Senate Judiciary and Foreign Relations Committees. He also logged a ton of miles on Amtrak, and has a deep, unabiding love for aviators, trains, and ice cream. Learn more about Joe below:

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Q & A with Joe

  • What's your plan to lead the country through the coronavirus pandemic and to recover the economy?

    "Make no mistake: An effective plan to beat the virus is the ultimate answer to how we get our economy back on track. So we should stop thinking of the health and economic responses as separate. They are not."

    Source: Washington Post Source: Joe Biden
  • If elected, what is the first executive action you’ll take?

    Prior to the pandemic, he said he'll use executive orders to curtail carbon emissions "on Day One," according to his campaign.

  • What accomplishment are you most proud of?

    He's said his "proudest legislative accomplishment" was authoring the landmark 1994 Violence Against Women Act.

    Source: Time
  • When you’re not discussing all the reasons you will be a great president, what TV show are you insisting all of your friends watch immediately?

    No statement to date, so his default is TLC's Here Comes Honey Boo Boo until he says otherwise.

    Source: ABC News
  • What job would you do if you weren’t a politician?

    No statement to date, but wouldn't mind seeing Joe behind an ice cream counter handing out Mint Chocolate Chip samples.

    Source: CNN
  • If you could tell your 14-year-old self one thing, what would it be?

    No statement to date, but probably something about eradicating malarkey.

Top Priorities*


Increase testing and health care capacity, and reopen economy safely and provide strong financial safety net for all Americans


Protect the ACA and offer a Medicare public option to diversify health care choices.


Make FDR-style investments to support small businesses and hard-hit workers, and to rebuild the middle class