Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | In Pennsylvania, Joe Biden Finds Support Where He Most Needs It Advertisement Supported by ByTrip Gabriel April 28, 2019 PITTSBURGH — The case for Joseph R. Biden Jr. has always come down to Pennsylvania. It is not just that the former vice president, who jumped into the presidential race last week, is a native son of a state that is a 2020 must-win for Democrats. The argument is that Mr. Biden’s brand of politics — appealing to a traditional coalition shredded by Donald J. Trump in 2016 — still has latent appeal in Pennsylvania and across the Midwest, and that stitching the coalition back together would restore Democrats to the White House. Mr. Biden’s entry was met, particularly on social media, by a chorus of doubts at times bordering on derision from critics and progressive activists who questioned his age, his status as a white man and his political luggage from more than four decades in public life. [ Sign up for our politics newsletter and join our conversation about the 2020 presidential race. ] But as Mr. Biden prepares for… Read full this story
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