Wednesday, May 13, 2020
Former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders on Wednesday named the co-chairs and members of their joint task forces meant to shore up Democratic Party unity ahead of November's general election. The announcement follows through on a pledge the two men made last month--when Sanders, the runner-up in the Democratic presidential primary, endorsed Biden, the party's presumptive nominee--to establish working groups to advise the Biden campaign on six key policy areas: climate change, criminal justice reform, economy, education, health care, and immigration.
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