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“Why I'm Voting for Emanuel Cleaver”

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A Message from Congressman Cleaver

Congressman Cleaver on Joe Biden


Photos by Adam Sachs.

Joe Biden’s ability to connect with people has been critical to his political and personal success throughout his career. The former Vice-President’s inherently positive nature and genuine interest in others – along with his passion for the policies which can improve people’s lives -- was on full display in Columbia, South Carolina back in 2007 when I had the good fortune of attending House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn’s “World Famous Fish Fry.”

These essential elements of the Vice-President’s nature came across loud and clear again this past March at the Liberty Memorial in Kansas City. This highly spirited gathering – which occurred just prior to the South Carolina debate and Biden’s breakthrough win in the Palmetto State – featured Congressman Cleaver as a warm-up act and would end up being one of the last large political rallies before the COVID crisis hit.

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Video: Congressman Cleaver on his goals for 2020 and beyond

Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, II speaks to his goals after the election on November 3rd.

Cleaver Endorsed by Alliance for Retired Americans

The Alliance for Retired Americans issued its endorsement of Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, II, citing his “strong commitment to ensuring that all Americans have the secure retirement they have earned.” From their endorsement: “We welcome your leadership on issues such as strengthening and expanding Social Security and Medicare and protecting them from cuts. Our members support […]

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