Ohio Democrats Hear Biden, Harris At "Virtual" State Convention
A little over two weeks before the Democratic National Convention meets mostly virtually, Ohio Democrats held their own virtual convention this weekend – hearing presentations from the party’s likely nominee and the woman who may be his running mate.
Former Vice President Joe Biden spoke on a pre-recording, saying Ohio feels like home to him.
And with polls showing Ohio is a toss up, Biden says it’s not enough to go after President Trump for his response to the pandemic and to the struggling economy and to racial unrest – in which he’s played a role.
“This election is about making our country and our own case for our country," Biden said.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) did a live Q&A during the event. She’s considered a front runner for Biden’s vice presidential pick. Biden is expected to announce that choice this week.
An estimated 7,000 people viewed the convention, which is a fundraiser for the party.
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