As President Biden Approaches 100th Day in Office, DNC Unveils Updated Billboard in Milwaukee Thanking Him for Putting America Back on Track

Under Biden’s leadership, more than 1 million jobs have been created and over half of U.S. adults have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose

Today, the Democratic National Committee is unveiling an updated billboard in Milwaukee, thanking President Biden for getting America back on track with vaccines in arms, checks in hands, and more than one million jobs created since he took office.

“As we approach President Biden’s 100th day in office, we want to make sure folks in Milwaukee know that America is back on track — and it’s thanks to the President’s leadership,” said DNC Chair Jaime Harrison. “President Biden has delivered on a number of promises to the American people, including successfully passing the American Rescue Plan, and now millions of Americans are getting vaccinated every single day, stimulus checks are getting into people’s hands, and more folks are getting  back to work. There’s still work ahead of us, but with President Biden and Wisconsin Democrats leading us forward, America is on track to building back better than ever.”

Because of President Biden’s leadership:

  • Over half of U.S. adults have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose, and more than 94 million adults, including over 1.9 million Wisconsin adults, are fully vaccinated.

  • 160 million stimulus checks have been delivered. In Wisconsin, 89% of the adult population and 88% of children, including more than 3.8 million adults and 1.3 million children, are receiving direct payments of up to $1,400.

  • More than a million jobs have been created since President Biden took office and last week data showed weekly unemployment claims fell to the lowest level since March of last year, when the pandemic began. In Wisconsin, the state added 12,900 total non-farm and 11,100 private-sector jobs from February to March, and the unemployment rate is at 3.8 percent.

This billboard is located on the east side of I-94, just north of Rawson Avenue. It will be up for one week.

An image of the graphic for the billboard is below: