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President Biden set to arrive in San Diego

Biden will spend two days in San Diego, a part of a four-state marketing campaign swing for Democrats in tight races simply days away from Election Day.

SAN DIEGO — A giant, four-state marketing campaign tour to help Democrats has introduced President Joe Biden to San Diego.

Biden in San Diego

Biden is scheduled to marketing campaign for Incumbent Rep. Mike Levin who’s going through a good Congressional race for California’s forty ninth District in opposition to Brian Maryott.

Governor Gavin Newsom and San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria are set to welcome Biden at MCAS Miramar when he walks off of Air Force One on Thursday.

The president will head to Oceanside to ship remarks at MiraCosta College. The White House stated Biden’s speech will spotlight what he believes is at stake this election.

The occasion at MiraCosta College opens to the general public starting at 4:30 p.m.

President Biden will spend two days in America’s Finest City, the White House confirmed. 

On Friday, Biden is scheduled to a ship remarks at a technology company in San Diego that has benefitted from the passage of the CHIPS and Science Act, the White House stated.

Biden’s marketing campaign tour is a part of a giant marketing campaign swing to help Democrats in powerful races. Biden’s schedule has stops in New Mexico, Illinois, California and Pennsylvania 

Final days earlier than midterms

The president’s return to closely Democratic California in the run-up to Election Day speaks to the looming risk for his get together in a turbulent midterm election year when Republicans seem poised to take management of the House, a grim prospect for Biden heading into the second half of his time period, the Associated Press reported.

Biden’s go to Thursday is centered on safeguarding two-term Rep. Mike Levin in a district with a slight Democratic tilt that cuts via San Diego and Orange counties and which Biden carried by double digits in the 2020 presidential election.

Levin defended his seat with a 6-point win in 2020, and the district remained largely intact after the once-a-decade adjustment of boundary strains after the census. This year, his race is taken into account a toss-up as Levin and different Democrats face historic midterm headwinds that usually punish the get together in the White House, whereas hovering costs on the grocery store and gasoline pump have conspired to make once-safe incumbents weak. 

Levin’s Republican opponent, businessman Brian Maryott, stated Biden’s go to amounted to “a failed president coming to our district to stand alongside a failed congressman.”

“Voters won’t forget $7 gas prices, the explosion in crime, inflation hitting 40-year highs, the crisis at our border,” Maryott stated in an announcement.

The Associated Press contributed to this story.

WATCH RELATED: President Biden set to arrive at MCAS Miramar  (Oct. 2022).



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