Biden was officially nominated as presidential candidate

Avatar of Nick John By Nick John Dec16,2023 #Biden #presidential
Biden was officially nominated as presidential candidate 3
Biden was officially nominated as presidential candidate 3

In the voting taking place online due to the Covid-19 pandemic on the evening of August 18, 50 states and 7 US territories announced their votes for the Democratic presidential candidate, who will face President Donald Trump in the election.

`From the bottom of my heart, I thank you all so much, this means a lot to me and my family. See you on Thursday,` Biden, 77, said via a video

The nomination is a formality because Biden won a majority of votes among more than 3,900 lawmakers in June.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden spoke via video after the voting results were announced on the evening of August 18.

During the past two conference nights, Democratic lawmakers recommended Biden as someone who can lead the country out of the Covid-19 pandemic, economic stagnation and widespread ethnic protests across the country.

`Joe Biden never forgot where he came from. He was sustained by his own faith and his family when he went through the most difficult times. He had love and compassion for the moment

Former president Jimmy Carter said that Biden has the experience, character and decency `to bring us together and restore American greatness.`

According to a national poll conducted by RealClearPolitics, Biden is leading Trump by 7.7 percentage points, lower than the difference of 10.2 at the end of June. The Democratic candidate is also leading by 5 points.

Biden is trailing Trump in states the President must win, including states that traditionally support the Republican Party such as Texas, Georgia and states Trump won easily in the 2016 election such as Ohio and Iowa.

However, Democrats still have 78 days before the election.

America is also struggling with an extremely volatile economic and political context due to the Covid-19 pandemic, economic instability and anti-racism protests.

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