Mayors Regina Romero of Tucson and Kate Gallego of Phoenix have both announced their support for former Vice President Joe Biden in the upcoming 2020 elections.
Mayor Romero first announced her endorsement in May just before attending a virtual campaign event with Jill Biden.
— Regina Romero (@TucsonRomero) May 13, 2020
Mayor Gallego endorsed Mr. Biden on June 10, also tweeting:
Our country continues to face an unprecedented moment in history where steady & tested leadership is essential. This is why we must elect @JoeBiden the next president of the United States.
The path to the presidency runs right through PHX & Maricopa County. Let’s get to work! pic.twitter.com/W36v8KwLeJ
— Kate Gallego (@KateWGallego) June 10, 2020
For Joe Biden to win Arizona, he will have to substantially carry the Grand Canyon States two more populous cities.
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