Cast Your Vote for the Next Vice President

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Friends – The head of Joe Biden’s vice-presidential selection committee says the final candidate interviews are happening right now – and then a pick could be announced at any time.

That means we could be only days away from hearing who’s going to lead the Democratic Party’s ticket with Mr. Biden.

Our supporters’ opinion is shifting every day, and we need to have the most update-to-date information on who our supporters are rooting for – before Joe Biden makes his choice official.

Now is the crucial moment to make your voice heard: Cast your vote NOW for who you want to be Joe Biden’s running mate >>

Q1: Who do you think Joe Biden should pick as his vice president?
 -Stacey Abrams
 -Tammy Baldwin
 -Karen Bass
 -Val Demings
 -Tammy Duckworth
– Kirsten Gillibrand
 -Michelle Lujan Grisham
 -Kamala Harris
 -Keisha Lance Bottoms
 -Susan Rice
 -Elizabeth Warren
 -Gretchen Whitmer
 -Someone else

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This is one of the most important decisions of the election cycle. We can’t get it wrong.

The vice-presidential candidate will go toe-to-toe with Mike Pence in debates and be responsible for energizing Americans to vote blue up and down the ballot in November.

With so many inspiring candidates on Joe Biden’s reported shortlist, it’s important for us to know who our supporters are leaning towards.

Who do you want to be the next vice president?

Thanks,
DLCC Team

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