Joe Biden Will Visit Florida this Month To Rally

Bryan Dijkhuizen

He wants to put himself on the map

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Introduction

Later this month, Vice President Biden will go to Florida for a rally with other Democrats ahead of important elections in the state's Senate and for governor, which will take place in November.

On Tuesday, November 8, 2022, the United States will hold elections for various governmental positions. All 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 35 of the 100 seats in the Senate will be up for election in this year's midterm elections.

In addition, there will be competition for gubernatorial offices in 39 states and territories, along with a large number of smaller state and municipal elections.

This election will be the first one to be impacted by the new district lines that will be drawn after the census in 2020, according to Wikipedia.

Democratic Rally In Orlando

Recent events that Biden has hosted to assist Democrats have taken place in the states of Maryland, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. However, not every member of the party who will be on the ballot in November has chosen to attend with Biden at these rallies.

In Florida, where Joe Biden's 2020 campaign was defeated by roughly 400,000 votes, in part because of a decline in support among Hispanic voters, Democrats are aiming to win a Senate contest as well as critical house battles.

There will also be competing in the upcoming state and municipal elections. This election will be the first one to be impacted by the new district lines that will be drawn after the census in 2020.

Conclusion

Polls show that Republicans have a lead in both of these important races, but Democrats are optimistic that they can pull off an upset thanks to the momentum generated by the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade as well as DeSantis's rising and controversial profile on the national stage.

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