Joe Biden


  • Led the passage of the landmark climate legislation, the Inflation Reduction Act, which marked the most aggressive action ever taken to fight climate change, advance environmental justice, and lower energy costs
  • Led efforts to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline
  • Created a new White House Office of Environmental Justice
  • Most pro-environment President and administration in U.S. history


  • In 2020, Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump by 4.4% of the national vote, and less than 3% in key battleground states like Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, and Pennsylvania
  • The White House is one of the most important offices to defend - if Joe Biden loses this election we are at risk rolling back the historic climate gains we made during his presidency

Candidate Background

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are running for reelection and continue their incredible climate leadership in the White House for a second term. Joe Biden is a former Vice President and U.S. Senator from Delaware and Kamala Harris, is a former U.S. Senator and Attorney General from California.  Vice President Harris made history in 2020 by becoming the first woman, Black, and South Asian American Vice President of the United States. 

During their first term, the Biden administration has been an incredible champions for our planet and communities. While serving as President, Joe Biden canceled  the dirty and dangerous Keystone XL pipeline, established new national monuments across the country, set tougher standards for clean vehicles, and recently created a new White House Office of Environmental Justice.

The Biden-Harris administration’s landmark Inflation Reduction Act introduced the most aggressive action ever taken in the United States to fight climate change, advance environmental justice,  create family-sustaining jobs and lower energy costs. This historic legislation is an incredible jump start to transition the country into a healthier, more equitable, clean energy future. President Joe Biden is endorsed by LCV Action Fund and NRDC Action Fund.

Biden For President does not accept contributions from corporations or their PACs, unions, federal contractors, national banks, those registered as federal lobbyists or under FARA, SEC-named executives of fossil fuel companies, or foreign nationals.

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