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 July 20, 2023

Joe Biden names Delaware home as his 2024 campaign headquarters

President Joe Biden announced his Delaware home as his 2024 campaign headquarters Tuesday.

The president cited his family values as the reason behind choosing his personal home, a location noted for questionable activities, including the discovery of classified documents.

The announcement

“My family’s values, my eternal optimism and my unwavering belief in the American middle class as our nation’s backbone comes from my home — from Delaware,” Biden said in a statement.

“That’s why there is no better place for our reelection campaign to have its headquarters,” Biden added.

The change

"It’s a departure from Biden’s choice of Philadelphia for his 2020 campaign headquarters. But because of the pandemic, Biden helmed a significant portion of that run from Wilmington as well," Politico noted.

"As vice president and senator, Biden was well-known for often taking the train from Washington to Wilmington to spend downtime at home," it added.

The background

"Biden was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and his family moved to Delaware when he was 10. He served 36 years in the U.S. Senate as one of Delaware's senators. He was first elected at 29, becoming one of the youngest senators in the country's history," CBS News reported.

"In 2020, he became the first president in the nation's history from Delaware," it added.

The news also comes shortly after the recent announcement that the Biden campaign has raised over $72 million, more than any Republican candidate.

Others have voiced concerns over the president using his own home after secrecy over visitor logs during his presidency. Many conservatives are still demanding a list of those who have visited the home during his presidency, especially in connection with the investigation of first son Hunter Biden.

The odd choice for Biden's campaign headquarters may also be due to simplicity. The 2020 campaign saw Biden largely operating quietly from home in what some called a "basement campaign." The president appears poised to repeat the strategy, hoping for similar results in a potential rematch with former President Donald Trump in the upcoming 2024 election.

Written By:
Dillon Burroughs

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