Vice President-Elect of the United States. Senator, Wife, Momala, Auntie. Fighting for the people. She/her.
Joined on 11 April, 2009
President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris today announced new members of the White House staff who will serve in senior communications roles.
For the first time in history, these communications roles will be filled entirely by women.
.@JoeBiden and I knew we would inherit a series of unprecedented challenges upon walking into the White House. Addressing these challenges starts with getting this pandemic under control, opening our economy responsibly, and making sure it works for working people.
Small businesses, especially Black and minority-owned businesses, urgently need relief to survive the effects of coronavirus this winter. @JoeBiden and I are committed to helping these businesses during this pandemic and get them the support they need to thrive in years to come.
Had a wonderful time getting some Small Business Saturday shopping done with @DouglasEmhoff this morning at the outdoor @dtwnholidaymkt. Thank you, @MurielBowser, and everyone who supported small businesses not just in our communities but all over the country today.
Small businesses are the backbone of communities across the country — and amid the pandemic, they need our help more than ever. Today, and every day, support your neighbors and strengthen your community by shopping small. #SmallBusinessSaturday
Know that @JoeBiden will be a president who represents the best in us. A leader the world will respect and our children can look up to. A commander in chief who will respect our troops and keep our country safe—and a president for all Americans.
On Native American Heritage Day, I’m thankful for our Indigenous communities and their ancestors. Together, @JoeBiden and I are committed to writing a new history together, upholding our treaty responsibilities, and making meaningful investments in Native American communities.
This Native American Heritage Day, we give thanks to our Indigenous communities and their ancestors. As we celebrate their rich heritage and contributions, let’s commit to writing a new future together — one built on a strong partnership and filled with opportunity for all.
Earlier today @DouglasEmhoff and I called Talisa, a registered nurse in Chicago, and a few of our nation’s frontline workers to thank them for everything they have done in the fight against COVID-19. We won’t be able to get through this without them.
Today I'm thinking about all the families who have an empty seat at Thanksgiving this year after losing a loved one, our nation’s frontline workers who are spending the day saving lives, and those who are serving overseas. Each and every one of you is in our hearts.
Like families across America, our Thanksgiving looks different this year. But I am incredibly grateful for the ability to stay virtually connected to our loved ones so we can get this virus under control.
From @DouglasEmhoff and I, have a safe and happy Thanksgiving.
End of content
No more pages to load