TThe political action committees The Collective PAC, which defends African Americans, and the AAPI Victory Fund, dedicated to the Asian and Pacific Islander community, also supported Biden and Harris.

These three groups, the main ones from minority communities in the United States, announced an investment of 30 million dollars to mobilize the voters they represent and who could be decisive for Biden’s re-election.

In a statement, Biden’s campaign director, Julie Chávez Rodríguez, considered that these three organizations are the “backbone” of the diverse coalition of voters that helped the Democratic leader defeat then-President Donald Trump in 2020.

Trump should once again be the Republican candidate in November’s presidential election.

Julie Chávez Rodríguez stated, cited by the EFE agency, that the November elections are particularly important for these communities and considered that with Biden there were advances in terms of racial equity, medical assistance with reduced medication costs and job creation, for example.

The support of these three groups will be made official today during a campaign event attended by the President and the First Lady, Jill Biden, which will take place in Georgia, a state that was fundamental to Biden’s victory in 2020.

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