This week is all about the #100DaysOfBiden. As it should be. This week alone Biden’s administration hit several milestones; Trump’s military-funded border wall projects have been canceled, American household income soared 21% in March, and over 100 million Americans have been fully vaccinated — almost 40% of the adult population.
We invite you to take a stroll down memory lane with us and revisit some of the highlights of Biden and his partner in building back better, Vice President Kamala Harris. Contributing authors include David Weissman, Simona Grace, Darlene McDonald, Joanne Oyer, Lori Coleman, and your very own Content Directors here at DemCast, Mindy Schwartz and Rena Korb.
So what should we focus on when it comes to Joe Biden’s candidacy? My answer is simple: the big picture — what Biden’s win would mean to the United States at this particular point in time. (July 3, 2020)
The first joint appearance of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, and their first speeches together as a team, made me aware of everything I have been missing in these 1,300 days since Trump’s inauguration. (Aug. 4, 2020)
Trump supporters, I want to tell you that this year I will vote for Joe Biden. I know a lot of you are good people. You care about one another, and I say this because I know you. (Oct. 7, 2020)
I was delighted to see your Biden sign go up. Don’t let anybody bully you into taking it down before the election! I had a fit of giggles the first morning I saw it on my way out! (Oct. 12, 2020)
I believe that Joe Biden is the advocate single moms like myself and all parents in America need. He has been a single parent in a time of tragedy…. (Oct. 22, 2020)
The things that impress me the most watching Joe Biden’s campaign during the primary and now in the general election are the discipline and professionalism of his campaign and campaign staff/team. (Oct. 26, 2020)
It’s now four days before the 2020 presidential election finally comes to a close. In a year when the difference between the candidates is so clear, it’s hard to believe that anyone is still undecided. (Oct. 30, 2020)
On Nov. 7, at 11:24 a.m. in Washington, D.C., the election for the president and vice president of the United States finally ended. We learned the will of the people, and it was named Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. (Nov. 19, 2020)
If Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock win, the balance of the Senate will tip in favor of the Democrats and President-elect Joe Biden will be able to … enact an agenda for all of us, not just those at the top. (Dec. 21, 2020)
I’m sure that soon enough having a competent federal government will feel normal, but I hope to never forget the way I feel today. We worked so hard, and we won, and in less than two days we have seen actions that proved we were right to join this fight. (Jan. 22, 2021)
Because, at last, we have a competent leader who is determined to both tell us the truth and improve our lives. We have a president working for the American people, not against us. (Jan. 29, 2021)
Let’s take a look at what has been accomplished over the last 100 days and celebrate the return of competence and caring to our government. (April 29, 2021)
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