Former Democratic nominee for Georgia gubernatorial elections, Stacey Abrams, announced her support on Tuesday to former Vice President Joe Biden in his race to be the next President of the United States. In a statement marketed by the Biden campaign, Abrams said - “Former Vice President Biden is the leader our country needs presently. A leader who can restore dignity, competence, and compassion to the Oval Office while standing for America’s leadership around the world. Over the years, Biden has shown his commitment to fighting several crucial issues like Climate change, protecting American’s rights, health benefits, and many more. These are some, among many reasons why we should vote for Joe Biden and make him the next President of the United States of America.”
Abrams showed her willingness to serve as Biden’s running mate, provided he selects her once he becomes the Democratic Presidential nominee. Even during the current coronavirus pandemic, Abrams formally backed Joe Biden. She said that marginalized communities suffered under President Trump’s failed leadership to control the spread of the virus on people of color. “Unlike Trump, Joe Biden will not take anybody for granted. I’m pleased to continue my strong support for Joe Biden and his candidacy. I’ll make sure to do everything that’s needed from me to help him win the election in November,” Abrams added. With this endorsement, Abrams joins the list of high-profile politicians to extend support to Joe Biden. Over the past two months, California Senator Kamala Harris, Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, Michigan Governer Gretchen Whitmer, have already announced their support to Joe Biden. In March, Biden promised to select a woman as his running mate once he wins the Democratic nomination. With Bernie Sanders quitting the race, Biden is now the Presumptive Democratic nominee, and he started the process to choose the Vice Presidential candidate.
All the above female candidates are trying their luck to be the running mate for Biden. Speaking at an event, Stacey Abrams publicly promoted herself for the role, arguing that she would make an excellent choice to be the first Vice President of the country. Abrams also suggested Biden that a woman of color would help him in his Presidential campaign going forward.Dr. Dhillon Randeep
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