Posted 13 days ago
Joe Biden went to the polls Monday for the Delaware primary despite calls from him and other Democrats that the coronavirus pandemic demands a dramatic increase in mail-in voting.
The Democratic presidential nominee traveled to the New Castle County Board of Elections office for Tuesday's Delaware primary election. He told reporters he voted for incumbent Sen. Chris Coons, a Democrat, and he encouraged voters to vote early.
“Vote. Vote," said the former vice president and 36-year Delaware senator. "Vote."
Under Delaware law, voters can request a mail-in ballot, go to the polls on Election Day, or make an appointment to cast their ballot early. Biden said he went to the polls on Monday because of a campaign event in Florida on the day of the primary.
For months, Biden and his allies have encouraged people to cast mail-in ballots in the upcoming election due to health concerns surrounding the coronavirus. Democrats in Congress have asked for billions of dolla... (Read more)