Biden Endorses Dem AG Candidates in 8 States Ahead of Midterms

October 24, 2018 by TWN Staff
Former Vice President Joe Biden gives a speech to a packed gymnasium while Florida Gubernatorial Democratic candidate Andrew Gillum, left, and U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson looks on during the Florida Democratic Party rally held at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Fla., on Monday, Oct. 22, 2018. (Octavio Jones/Tampa Bay Times/TNS)

Former Vice President Joe Biden has endorsed Democratic Attorney General candidates in 8 states as the campaigns head into the final weeks before the midterm elections. Candidates receiving the coveted endorsement include January Contreras (AZ), Phil Weiser (CO), Aaron Ford (NV), Steve Dettelbach (OH), Sean Shaw (FL), Josh Kaul (WI) and Kathy Jennings (DE).

Biden said of the endorsements, “State attorneys general are critical to protecting our democracy and we need to elect leaders that people can trust to put their needs first.”

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