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Joe Biden remains strong and optimistic
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By Pauline Rivera

Former vice president and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was in Denver at a fundraiser hosted by former Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar and wife Hope at their home.

The room of supporters was energized in anticipation of hearing from Biden since the Iowa and New Hampshire contests. At a quick stopover, Biden addressed his supporters as they rallied around their choice for president. He spoke with vision, clarity and experience as he covered the current positive economy, giving credit to the Barack Obama/Joe Biden administration.

He covered important issues like healthcare. Biden is optimistic about healthcare for Americans and his plan gives the American people a clear choice. “A choice of Medicare for those who want it or an employer health insurance plan for those who want to keep it.” Biden mentioned the incredible health provisions/plan for Nevada’s culinary industry as an example of an attractive and effective health plan.

He discussed the need to fix the damage done to our foreign policy, and the fight against terrorism. Biden added, “We have to have a united, not just NATO, but we have to once again re-establish our credibility as a world leader in keeping our word.”

Biden spoke about a nation under Donald Trump’s presidency. “What he is doing to our country is appalling!” Biden went on to say, all is not impossible. You can make progress still in this Congress once this guy is out of the way.”

At the end of the evening it was clear that these supporters’ choice, Joe Biden, for the next president had not waivered. Biden’s experience in all walks of the presidency was clear and concise.

La Voz publisher, Pauline Rivera spoke briefly with Biden, regarding the Latino outreach of the oldest and largest circulated Hispanic publication in Colorado for the past 46 years, and Biden said, “With the Latino population growth and all that Latinos have contributed to this nation, why would we not invest in their future.”

Onward to Nevada, then South Carolina and Super Tuesday for Biden and his campaign! The most experienced presidential candidate on the Democratic ticket and his campaign remain strong and optimistic!





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