With the 2020 election less than 3 months away, key battleground states are up for grabs as Vice President Joe Biden (D) plans to hit the campaign trail.
Republicans are also warning of what’s at stake in a state like Florida.
“Polls show that Florida is within the margin of error,” warned the Republican Party of Florida in an email to supporters.
“Now that Kamala Harris is officially Joe Biden’s vice-presidential pick, Democrats are going on a fundraising blitz to take the lead in this MUST-WIN state,” the message continued.
Warning that “our state WILL win the election,” the Party noted that “every action you take right now is critical to President Trump’s future.” This future is something that President Obama (D) is hoping to cut short as he has also sent out words of encouragement to supporters that will be voting for Biden in the November election.
In a message that highlight’s how vital Democrats see Senator Kamala Harris (D) in the Biden administration, President Obama explained that “Biden showed me how critical a vice president is to leading this country,” adding that “it’s the first truly important decision a president makes.”
In turn, Obama argued that “their capacity for empathy and sincere faith in the American people will not only guide us through the multiple crises we face today but help our country move closer to fulfilling its founding promise of equality and justice.”
Last month, when President Trump (R) was asked to share his thoughts on the criticism he’s received from President Obama, Trump did not hold back from saying how he felt.
“The reason I’m here is because of President Obama,” Trump said, citing that it was Obama’s lack of being an effective President that made Americans vote for Trump.