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Top 100 Reasons to Vote for Joe Biden in 2024

Top 100 Reasons to Vote for Joe Biden in 2024

There is so much at stake this November! Joe Biden's administration has made significant progress in improving lives and communities all across America. President Biden has also made unprecendented progress in protecting and restoring our environment. Here are the top 100 reasons to vote for Joe Biden in 2024, highlighting specific accomplishments and progressive actions taken under his leadership:

  1. American Rescue Plan: Delivered immediate economic relief to families and businesses affected by COVID-19.
  2. COVID-19 Vaccination Rollout: Successfully distributed millions of vaccines, leading to a significant reduction in COVID-19 cases and deaths.
  3. Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act: Historic investment in infrastructure, including roads, bridges, public transit, and broadband.
  4. Climate Leadership: Rejoined the Paris Agreement to combat climate change. Implemented substantial programs to address climate change and to build climate resiliance.
  5. Environmental Protection: Launched the Climate Task Force to coordinate efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  6. Clean Energy Investments: Promoted clean energy projects and electric vehicle infrastructure.
  7. Labor Rights: Supported the PRO Act to strengthen labor unions and workers' rights.
  8. Minimum Wage: Advocated for raising the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour.
  9. American Families Plan: Proposed significant investments in education, childcare, and paid family leave.
  10. Affordable Care Act: Strengthened and expanded the ACA, providing more Americans with access to affordable healthcare.
  11. Public Health: Increased funding for the CDC and other public health agencies.
  12. Prescription Drug Costs: Took steps to lower the cost of prescription drugs.
  13. Housing: Promoted affordable housing initiatives and increased funding for homelessness prevention.
  14. Racial Justice: Issued executive orders to address systemic racism and promote equity.
  15. Voting Rights: Supported the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act to protect and expand voting rights.
  16. Criminal Justice Reform: Advocated for sentencing reform and measures to reduce mass incarceration.
  17. Police Reform: Supported the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act to address police misconduct and improve accountability.
  18. Gun Control: Implemented measures to address gun violence, including closing loopholes and funding community-based violence prevention programs.
  19. Immigration Reform: Proposed comprehensive immigration reform to create a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
  20. DACA: Protected the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
  21. Women's Rights: Supported the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and is continuing the fight for reproductive freedom.
  22. LGBTQ+ Rights: Issued executive orders to protect LGBTQ+ individuals from discrimination.
  23. Transgender Rights: Reversed the ban on transgender individuals serving in the military.
  24. Economic Recovery: Implemented policies to stimulate economic growth and reduce unemployment.
  25. Small Business Support: Provided financial assistance and grants to small businesses affected by the pandemic.
  26. Education Funding: Significantly increased funding for K-12 schools and higher education institutions, including support for educational equity.
  27. Student Loan Relief: Extended the pause on federal student loan payments and interest.
  28. Community Colleges: Proposed free community college for all Americans.
  29. Child Tax Credit: Supports the expansion of the Child Tax Credit, which has lifted millions of children out of poverty.
  30. Paid Leave: Proposed and supported legislation for paid family and medical leave.
  31. Workforce Development: Invested in job training and apprenticeship programs.
  32. Technology and Innovation: Promoted research and development in emerging technologies.
  33. Rural Development: Increased investment in rural communities and infrastructure.
  34. Agriculture: Supported sustainable farming practices and assistance for farmers.
  35. Healthcare Access: Improved the health of rural communities, helped rural healthcare providers stay open, and expanded access to telehealth services.
  36. Mental Health: Increased funding for mental health services and support.
  37. Substance Abuse: Implemented strategies to combat the opioid crisis and substance abuse.
  38. Military and Veterans: Increased funding for veterans' healthcare and support services, including services for toxic exposed veterans.
  39. International Relations: Restored alliances and strengthened diplomatic relationships.
  40. NATO Support: Reinforced commitment to NATO and international security.
  41. Human Rights: Promoted human rights and democracy around the world.
  42. Trade Policy: Implemented fair trade policies to protect American workers.
  43. Tax Reform: Advocated for tax policies that ensure the wealthy and corporations pay their fair share.
  44. Corporate Accountability: Promoted policies to hold corporations accountable for their actions.
  45. Antitrust Enforcement: Strengthened antitrust enforcement to promote competition.
  46. Consumer Protection: Increased protections for consumers against fraud and abuse.
  47. Internet Access: Expanded broadband access in underserved areas.
  48. Privacy Rights: Supported legislation to protect online privacy and data security.
  49. Disability Rights: Enhanced protections and support for individuals with disabilities.
  50. Elder Care: Increased funding for elder care services and support.
  51. Social Security: Strengthened and protected Social Security benefits.
  52. Medicare: Expanded Medicare benefits and reduced costs for seniors.
  53. Nutrition Assistance: Increased funding for food assistance programs.
  54. Climate Resilience: Invested in climate resilience projects to protect communities from natural disasters.
  55. Environmental Justice: Addressed environmental justice issues impacting marginalized communities.
  56. Water Infrastructure: Improved water infrastructure to ensure clean drinking water for all.
  57. National Parks: Increased funding for national parks and conservation efforts.
  58. Wildlife Protection: Implemented measures to protect endangered species and wildlife habitats.
  59. Urban Development: Supported sustainable urban development projects.
  60. Public Transit: Invested in public transit systems to reduce emissions and improve accessibility.
  61. Electric Vehicles: Promoted the adoption of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure.
  62. Renewable Energy: Increased funding for renewable energy research and development.
  63. Energy Efficiency: Implemented energy efficiency standards and incentives.
  64. Green Jobs: Created green job opportunities through clean energy investments.
  65. Climate Education: Promoted climate education and awareness initiatives.
  66. Forest Conservation: Increased efforts to conserve and restore forests.
  67. Clean Water: Strengthened regulations to protect water quality.
  68. Air Quality: Implemented measures to reduce air pollution and improve air quality.
  69. Climate Research: Increased funding for climate research and innovation.
  70. Sustainable Agriculture: Supported sustainable agriculture practices and technology.
  71. Youth Employment: Promoted youth employment programs and opportunities.
  72. Workplace Safety: Strengthened workplace safety regulations and enforcement.
  73. Fair Wages: Promoted fair wages and equal pay for equal work.
  74. Union Support: Supported policies that strengthen labor unions and collective bargaining rights.
  75. Gig Economy: Proposed protections for gig economy workers.
  76. Retirement Security: Enhanced retirement security through policy measures and incentives.
  77. Economic Equity: Promoted economic equity and addressed income inequality.
  78. Racial Wealth Gap: Implemented policies to address the racial wealth gap.
  79. Housing Equity: Promoted fair housing policies and reduced housing discrimination.
  80. Community Development: Supported community development projects and initiatives.
  81. Urban Renewal: Invested in urban renewal and revitalization efforts.
  82. Public Safety: Implemented measures to improve public safety and community policing.
  83. Domestic Violence: Increased funding and support for domestic violence prevention programs.
  84. Youth Programs: Supported programs for youth development and engagement.
  85. Arts and Culture: Increased funding for arts and cultural programs.
  86. National Service: Promoted national service opportunities for young Americans.
  87. Democractic Renewal: Strengthened democratic institutions, protected human rights, and accelerated the fight against corruption, both at home and abroad.  .
  88. Science and Technology: Supported wider access to science and technology research and education.
  89. Space Exploration: Promoted space exploration and innovation.
  90. STEMM Education: Increased funding for STEMM education programs.
  91. Teacher Support: Provided increased support and funding for teachers and education professionals.
  92. School Safety: Implemented measures to improve school safety and security.
  93. Public Libraries: Increased funding for public libraries and literacy programs.
  94. Cultural Heritage: Promoted the preservation of cultural heritage sites and traditions.
  95. Public Broadcasting: Supported public broadcasting and educational media.
  96. Health Disparities: Addressed health disparities and promoted health equity.
  97. Rural Healthcare: Improved access to healthcare services in rural areas.
  98. Community Health Centers: Increased funding for community health centers.
  99. Food Security: Supported initiatives to improve food security and nutrition.
  100. Pandemic Preparedness: Strengthened pandemic preparedness and response capabilities.

These reasons encompass a broad range of progressive policies and achievements across various sectors, highlighting the administration's commitment to improving the lives of all Americans.