2024 race won’t be like 2020. That’s good and bad for Biden

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The Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) – As President Joe Biden seeks a second term, he won’t have to endure glitchy Zoom connections, or stage forgettable, socially distanced rallies.

He can fly to packed campaign events on Air Force One, make policy announcements from the Rose Garden and alter global affairs with his actions.

Just as the 2024 campaign will be different from the 2020 campaign during the pandemic, Biden will be a different candidate.

He won’t be able to hold on to the White House in the same way he won it three years ago – holding virtual events from the basement of his Delaware home and avoiding travel for months at a time.

A return to more typical campaign life presents both opportunities and potential challenges for Biden.

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4/26/2023 9:46:05 AM (GMT -5:00)

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