US Election 2020: Biden’s search for vice-presidential candidate in final stages, these three are major contenders

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Updated Sun, 02 Aug 2020 02:51 AM IST

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Democratic Party contender Joe Biden is expected to announce his vice presidential nominee soon in the US general elections. They are choosing the top contender for the post while their supporters are making the final request. Prominent contenders for the Vice-President include Bharatvanshi Kamala Harris, Karen Bass and Susan Rice.

Biden’s campaign has not yet set a date for the announcement of the vice-presidential candidate, but sources on the condition of anonymity are not expected to announce before August 10. Earlier in the first week of August, Democrats will hold their convention and formally announce Biden’s name as their presidential candidate.

The name of the Vice Presidential candidate is usually announced a day before the conference. Biden will soon communicate with all those who remain in the race for the vice presidential race.

Democratic Party contender Joe Biden is expected to announce his vice presidential nominee soon in the US general elections. They are choosing the top contender for the post while their supporters are making the final request. Prominent contenders for the Vice-President include Bharatvanshi Kamala Harris, Karen Bass and Susan Rice.

Biden’s campaign has not yet set a date for the announcement of the vice-presidential candidate, but sources on the condition of anonymity are not expected to announce before August 10. Earlier in the first week of August, Democrats will hold their convention and formally announce Biden’s name as their presidential candidate.

The name of the Vice Presidential candidate is usually announced a day before the conference. Biden will soon communicate with all those who remain in the race for the vice presidential race.

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