Obama, Biden Announce Support for Spanberger in VA-07

October 3, 2018 by TWN
Obama, Biden Announce Support for Spanberger in VA-07
Former Vice President Joe Biden and Former President Barack Obama
Obama and Biden have officially thrown their support behind former CIA Operations Officer Abigail Spanberger in her bid to unseat Representative Dave Brat in Virginia’s 7th District.
Biden on Spanberger: “In all my years in politics, I can say that Abigail is the only former CIA Operative and Girl Scout Leader that I have had the good fortune to endorse. And I’m proud to do so because I know Abigail has what it takes to win in November.”

 

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