Former President Barack Obama will campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in Philadelphia next week.
The first stop for the former president will be on Wednesday in Philadelphia, the Biden campaign said Friday.
Obama will be campaigning in Democratic-friendly territory on behalf of Biden, his two-term vice president and a 36-year Delaware senator, and Biden’s running mate, California Sen. Kamala Harris.
“We have to get busy building it up by pouring all our effort into these 76 days and by voting like never before for Joe and Kamala and candidates up and down the ticket so that we leave no doubt about what this country that we love stands for,” Obama said of Biden during that speech, which was held at the Museum of the American Revolution.
Obama’s convention speech also included pointed criticism of