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Biden Returning to PA

biden-bucks-2Joe Biden is coming back to the commonwealth.

On Saturday, the Vice President is set to return to Pennsylvania to campaign for the Clinton/Kaine ticket.

Biden will hold events in the Pittsburgh area and Bucks County, two locales he has visited before.

It wouldn’t be a surprise to see him accompanied by down-ballot candidates. For instance, he made capturing the Senate majority his personal goal this year and cut an ad for Katie McGinty.

He also stars in a new TV spot for PA-8 candidate Steve Santarsiero, which could explain why he’s heading back to Bucks.

UPDATE: On Sunday, Biden will also be making appearances in Harrisburg and Scranton.

7 Responses

  1. It’s all about Katie – Katie wins, Hillary gets a Democratic Senate. And Katie wins with a big turnout. Hence, big rally here on Monday.

  2. You Don’t Know — You are reading too much into it. Hillary and Obama owe a lot to PA and to Philly. Huge turnout here will help her with the popular vote too.

  3. Clinton’s campaign in Pennsylvania has major problems. Why else would the entire Clinton team be spending so much time here? Their internal polls show her significantly behind Trump here in the Keystone State.

  4. No, they would have smeared him, too. They’d revisit the plagarism charge and dig up all kinds of new examples. They’d find some way to pin Beau’s illness and death on Obamacare. They’d attack his wife for something. Nobody faces off against the American Rightwing Smear Machine and emerges unbloodied.

  5. Good news for Hillary – he has a lot of credibility in the state and will help thwart some of the media coverage of Trump being in Hershey.

  6. I’m sure Biden knows that he would be ahead by 20 points right now. Must be frustrating.

    Luckily – Hillary will win. And the last 6 months of the republicans making fools of themselves will help mute the morons that start attacking her on Day 1.

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