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President Biden’s Opening in Florida

To: Interested Parties From: Julie Chavez Rodriguez, Biden-Harris 2024 Campaign Manager Subject: President Biden’s Opening in Florida Date: April 1, 2024 Team Biden-Harris enters the general election cycle in a position of strength. Because our agenda is strong and a proven winner, because our coalition is broad and diverse, and because of our strong financial

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Biden supports unions and our middle class

The following Letter to the Editor was published in The Daily Sun on Jan 6, 2023. As a union member for 47 years, 11 with the UAW and 36 with the APWU, I’m moved by seeing the resurgence in unionism. People always wonder what happen to the middle class. What happened was corporate greed as

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Even Fox News can’t deny it’s a good economy

The following Letter to the Editor was published in The Daily Sun on Dec 20, 2023. Even the personalities on Fox Business channel could barely contain their enthusiasm as the Dow hit a record 37,000. They had to admit, begrudgingly, that Biden and his administration must be doing something right. The facts are clear: As

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What the numbers now tell us about Biden’s economy

The folllowing editorial was published in The Daily Sun on Dec 6, 2023. You may have noticed in recent weeks that alarming headlines about inflation — specifically, those ubiquitous stories about the cost of gasoline, or eggs, or other household goods — have vanished. Media outlets no longer feature those fearsome charts with arrows zooming

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Why does the media bash Biden?

By Jennifer Rubin,  The Washington Post, Oct 27, 2023. The gulf between President Biden’s performance in office and the coverage of his presidency is as vast as it has been in any modern presidency. Biden has steered the country out of a recession and pandemic, gotten through a slew of critical legislation (some bipartisan), avoided

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Biden leads the global response to the Middle East crisis

By Heather Cox Richardson from Letters from an American ,Oct 18, 2023.  Biden will address America tonight at 8 pm eastern from the Oval Office. President Joe Biden spoke today in Tel Aviv, Israel, reiterating support for the Israelis but also hammering on the need to address the humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Biden called the actions

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President Biden doing his best to lift us up

The following Letter to the Editor was published in The Daily Sun on Oct 18,2023. President Biden has recently delivered powerful addresses following the Hamas terrorist attacks in Israel. If you have not heard his remarks, you can see the first of his speeches on YouTube or read a transcript available at www.whitehouse.gov. As the

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Biden speaks out against MAGA autocracy

By HEATHER COX RICHARDSON, Sep 29, 2023. In Tempe, Arizona, today, President Joe Biden spoke at the dedication ceremony for a new library, named for the late Arizona senator John McCain, who died in 2018. Biden used the opportunity not only to honor his friend, but to emphasize the themes of democracy and to call out

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We must keep marching toward Dr. King’s dream

By Joe Biden, president of the United States, published in The Washington Post, August 27, 2023. Sixty years ago, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and hundreds of thousands of fellow Americans marched on Washington for jobs and freedom. In describing his dream for us all, Dr. King spoke of redeeming the “promissory note to which every

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Bidenomics delivers!

An excerpt from Heather Cox Richardson’s daily  Letters from an American,  July 6, 2023. Subscribe to it HERE.  President Biden was in South Carolina yesterday to talk about Bidenomics. After touting the huge investments of both public and private capital that are bringing new businesses and repaired infrastructure to that state, Biden noted that analysts

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FDP Chair Nikki Fried celebrates Biden’s billion dollar Internet investment in Florida

Tallahassee, FL — After the Biden-Harris administration announced major investments to expand access to affordable, high-speed internet in all 50 states, Florida Democratic Party Chair Nikki Fried issued the following statement: “Access to high-speed internet, especially in our rural communities, has long served as a dividing line in our state,” said Chair Fried. “With this historic $1.17 billion

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Joe Biden and the struggle for America’s soul

By David Brooks, Opinion Columnist, NY Times, Apr 28, 2023. Joe Biden built his 2020 presidential campaign around the idea that “we’re in a battle for the soul of America.” I thought it was a marvelous slogan because it captured the idea that we’re in the middle of a moral struggle over who we are as

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In GOP-held Florida, Biden vows no cuts to Social Security

By SEUNG MIN KIM, JOSH BOAK and STEVE PEOPLES, ASSOCIATED PRESS, Feb 10, 2023. TAMPA — With an eye toward the 2024 campaign, President Joe Biden took direct aim at Republicans who have floated cuts to Social Security and Medicare — telling an audience in Florida on Thursday that he would create a “nightmare” for anyone who

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Biden grows the economy while GOP attacks Social Security & Medicare

This week, President Biden gave a speech in Virginia to highlight how Democrats’ economic plan is delivering for working families while MAGA Republicans push an agenda of raising taxes on the middle class, protecting billionaire tax cheats, and putting America’s financial stability on the line to try to force cuts to Social Security and Medicare.

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The 10 best things Joe Biden did in 2022

By Marc A. Thiessen, Washington Post Columnist, Dec 27, 2022. This week, I offer my annual list of the 10 best things the president did this year. He acted to prevent a crippling national rail strike It wasn’t exactly Ronald Reagan firing striking air traffic controllers, but Biden did get Congress to pass bipartisan legislation forcing rail worker unions to accept the

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2022: the year in review

There’s no question that 2022 was challenging. A stubborn pandemic, Russia’s devastating war in Ukraine and the resulting inflation have all squeezed American families. Those challenges are real. But they’re also part of what made the year a relative success story. Even with these headwinds, the unemployment rate remains at historic lows, the workers who

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Biden is showing how to get things done

The following letter to the Editor was published in The Daily Sun on Dec 5, 2022. As Republicans prepare to take tenuous control of the U.S. House next year, they are proudly announcing the myriad of investigations they intend to initiate ranging from Dr. Fauci to Hunter Biden’s laptop. They have said precious little, however,

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Democracy or Autocracy? The choice is ours. Vote!

Editor’s comment:  Biden addressed this very question last night. Read his comments below. Florida has been under single party rule for over 20 years now. DeSantis controls all three branches of FL government and reaches deeply into our private lives. Vote Democratic…for a change. By Heather Cox Richardson, Nov 2, 2022. “Anecdotal data point,” conservative

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Biden’s three-part closing argument for the midterms

By Jennifer Rubin, Columnist, The Washington Post, October 11, 2022 President Biden has been an effective messenger for Democrats, contrary to the chin-stroking pundits and Republican flacks who warned he would be a weight around the necks of his party’s candidates. His approval rating, particularly among Democrats, continues to improve. Moreover, whether warning that Republicans pose a

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