Joe Biden
  • Boosting College Graduation Rates Across the Country

    Vice President Joe Biden today called on governors to boost college graduation rates in their states. Speaking at the first annual Building a Grad Nation Summit, the Vice President said: "Right now we’ve got an education system that works like a funnel when we need it to work like a pipeline… We have to make the same commitment to getting folks across the graduation stage that we did to getting them into the registrar’s office."

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  • Vice President Biden, White House Advisers, To Meet With GOP Leaders On The Budget

    Last night, President Obama signed a stopgap measure that keeps the government running for two weeks, buying time to reach an agreement that continues funding until the end of the fiscal year. President Obama has asked Vice President Biden to lead negotiations with House and Senate leaders of both parties, and will meet with Republican leaders today at 4 p.m. to begin that conversation.

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  • Investments in Infrastructure to Grow our Economy

    In his State of the Union address, President Obama committed to help rebuild America – to renew the physical and operational structure that allows our country to function. To reach this goal, the President aims to improve roads, bridges, trains, buildings, high-speech Internet access, and crucial types of infrastructure that enable growth. These investments will create jobs in the short term and prime our country for future growth in the long run.

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  • “Promises Kept”

    To commemorate the second anniversary of President Obama's inauguration, Vice President Joe Biden has sent a note to supporters, thanking them for their support and announcing the publication of the Promises Kept report.

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  • A Year in Pictures

    This year’s progress has been marked not just in acts and deeds, but pictures too. Take a look at our top 10 photos of 2010 and the moments they captured.

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  • Calling Voters is a BFD

    Calling the voters who’ll make a difference this year is big—or as a certain vice president might say, a BFD. Joe Biden visited Organizing for America’s New York office last night to thank volunteers for their work. But the Vice President didn’t leave without sitting down to call a few voters in a Congressional district where one of New York's closest races is underway.

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