Biden votes early in Delaware for November midterms
Joe Biden and his wife Jill walk on the deck of their home in Hightstown, DE. (Karen Warren/The Epoch Times)
Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, voted early for the November midterms in Delaware Friday, joining over 500 other Democratic voters. It was the third trip to the polls Biden has made this year, joining up with candidates in Florida earlier this month and New Hampshire this past week, respectively.
Biden will be attending a 9/11 Tribute and Remembrance event Friday night before traveling to Washington, D.C. for a fundraiser hosted by a former member of his Cabinet. He will then head to New York for the weekend.
The early voting day is set for Wednesday and is open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Biden’s Delaware voting record
Biden was one of the first presidential candidates to show up at the polls back in 1974. That is the year that Delaware became the first state to require presidential candidates to be registered with the state by July.
According to information from the Delaware Division of Elections, the candidate had to personally fill out an Election Day registration form and send it in with two valid photo identification.
Biden registered for the 1974 election, which he won in a landslide.
Biden’s record as Delaware’s senator
In addition to his early voting participation, Biden also voted in Delaware in the regular election back in 2008, when he won the first of his two terms in the Senate.
The Delaware Division of Elections reports that he voted in the 2008 Delaware General Assembly Primary Election while serving as the state’s senior senator.
Sen. Biden spoke to a crowd of more than 1,000 in the Delaware Capitol Building in 2018. (Karen Warren/The Epoch Times)
According to the D.E.E. website, he also voted in the General Assembly election that year.
Biden’s early voting record in Delaware is an area that has been a source of frustration for some of his Democratic opponents. Biden is up for reelection in November, and he will have