Tonight, as he has done all his life, Joe Biden showed respect and seriousness of purpose as he responded to the substantive questions that are on the minds of American voters.
For ten years, I have been proud to lead House Democrats’ Make It In America plan for jobs and opportunity, and I am excited that Vice President Biden is announcing policies today that draw on our plan to bring good jobs home, create more good jobs here, and enable American workers to get ahead.
Today in Pittsburgh, Joe Biden made a strong argument that Democrats are against violence - it is not productive, and it only begets more violence. He made clear that those who commit violence are committing crimes and will be held accountable.
Americans who tuned in to the Republican convention heard a bleak, dismal preview of what a second term of Donald Trump would look like.
Tonight, Joe Biden accepted the Democratic Party's nomination to serve as the next President of the United States. In doing so, however, he made it clear that he will not just be a president for Democrats or those who vote for him.
This evening, Kamala Harris made history by accepting the nomination of our party to become America's first female, Black, and South Asian Vice President.
I am honored once again to serve as a Parliamentarian for the Democratic National Convention and to help lead Maryland's delegation.
Kamala Harris is an outstanding choice to be the next Vice President of the United States.
I am honored that Democrats in Maryland’s Fifth Congressional District have once again selected me to be their nominee, and I thank all those who worked hard to ensure that voters in Maryland could cast their ballots and have them counted amid the unprecedented circumstances of this pandemic.
I am honored to be endorsed by the LCV Action Fund.