It's official. We are going to witness a fierce battle between the former vice president and the incumbent president of the United States on November 3rd as Joe Biden wins the majority of delegates required to become the Democratic Presidential nominee. Started in May 2019, the former Vice President has had a rigorous path during the primaries with his fellow Democratic party members. With Bernie Sanders cruising in primary after primary, many believed that Biden would concede the defeat to his long time friend, but destiny had different plans for the Democratic Presidential nominee. There was a fierce battle between Joe Biden and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders till the end of February, i.e., the Nevada primary, where Sanders won 24 delegates compared to Biden's tally of 9.
Since then, Biden's campaign was back on track, winning every state primary starting with South Carolina on the last day of February. Soon after, he swept the Super Tuesday primaries by winning the most number of states that any of the Democrats and never looked back. Accepting the defeat, Democrats quit the race one after the other, leaving Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden to face off each other. With Sanders also losing continuously, he announced the withdrawal of the campaign, making Joe Biden the presumptive Democratic nominee. Presently, the former Vice President has 2000 delegates to his name comfortably well past the 1991 delegates needed to win the nomination. Bernie Sanders's campaign withdrawal helped Joe Biden to gain more number delegates in a short span. In his email statement to Associate Press, Biden said - "It was my utmost honor to compete with the most talented group of candidates our party has ever fielded. It gives me immense pleasure, and I'm very proud to say that we are stepping into the 2020 general election as a single united party."
"The real battle starts now, and I'm going to spend every day from now till November 3rd fighting to earn the votes of Americans. By doing it together, we can win the battle for the soul of this nation and can rebuild our economy, which is destroyed presently," he added. During his campaign, Biden and the Democratic National Convention have collectively raised $60.5 million in April, which is very close to that of his opponent President Trump. Although Biden became the nominee, he still can't use the general election funds until the Democratic National Convention officially names him as the nominee in the Milwaukee event scheduled in August.Dr. Dhillon Randeep
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