Biden campaigns in Scranton, visits childhood home
Democratic nominee Joe Biden is starting his Election Day in Scranton, where he’s made a few appearances, including visiting his childhood home in the Electric City, MSNBC reported this morning. Here’s a glimpse of the former vice president’s morning so far.
Biden is at a canvass kickoff at Carpenters Local Union Hall 445 in Scranton. He introduced his granddaughters and said they wanted to come because they’d never been to Scranton. pic.twitter.com/SxN2izw5t6
— Alexandra Jaffe (@ajjaffe) November 3, 2020
Joe Biden assures a man in Scranton, PA, that he will call a terminally ill supporter whose dying wish is for Americans to vote for Biden. pic.twitter.com/xCfw4U9HOw
— The Recount (@therecount) November 3, 2020
From Yamiche Alcindor, of PBS NewsHour:
Joe Biden in Scranton, Pennsylvania is speaking to a small masked crowd about his roots in the city. He said he learned from his family that "money does not determine your wealth" and that you have a responsibility to "lookout" for other people.
— Yamiche Alcindor (@Yamiche) November 3, 2020
Scott Detrow, of NPR reports:
After Mass, Biden visited the family grave plot at the church cemetery. His son Beau is buried here among another family members.
Now, it’s off to Scranton.
— Scott Detrow (@scottdetrow) November 3, 2020
From Julia Terruso, of the Inquirer:
I stand corrected! Crowd and Secret Service awaiting an expected Biden visit at his childhood home in Scranton. pic.twitter.com/acowZN2FL3
— Julia Terruso (@JuliaTerruso) November 3, 2020
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