President Joe Biden has announced officially that he will run for re-election in 2024, asking voters to give him more time to finish the job he started when he was sworn into office. Despite concerns about his age, he plans to bet on his first-term legislative achievements and over 50 years of experience. He faces no serious Democratic rivals, but it will still be a hard-fought struggle for him in the bitterly divided nation. The President will campaign on his record of combatting the coronavirus pandemic, implementing major bills such as the bipartisan infrastructure package and legislation to promote high-tech manufacturing and climate measures. He is also asking for another chance to fulfill his unmet promises from his first campaign. Although some Democrats would prefer that Biden doesn’t run again, there is a lack of consensus of who that alternative is. Biden is set to run again on the same themes that buoyed his party last fall, particularly on preserving access to abortion.
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