President Biden campaigns in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin over Labor Day
President Joe Biden spent his Labor Day working. He made campaign stops in Milwaukee and Pittsburgh to push for Democratic candidates and policies in those key battleground states. The President repeated his message from his speech Thursday night at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, saying MAGA republicans are a threat, and people should vote Democrat to protect democracy.
President Biden says: Trump and the MAGA Republicans made their choice. We can choose to build a better America or we can continue down this sliding path of oblivion to where we don’t want to go.
Because it was Labor Day, the president also had a pro-union message. He said he knows support from unions around the country is what got him into the Oval office.
President Biden says: Wall Street didn’t build the middle class. Wall Street didn’t build America. The middle class built America, and unions built the middle class.”
Both Wisconsin and Pennsylvania have a key senate race. In Wisconsin, Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes is trying to oust incumbent GOP Senator Ron Johnson and in Pennsylvania Dr. Oz and Lt. Governor John Fetterman are vying to replace retiring Republican Senator Pat Toomey.