IN THE STATES: Local News Touts Stocked Shelves, Infrastructure Investments, and Plan to Tackle COVID-19

This week, local news was full of headlines about President Biden’s strong leadership as he announced critical steps to ensure everyone has access to the necessary care and COVID-19 vaccines they need to protect themselves this holiday season. Meanwhile, Democrats across the country continued to make sure voters know that the holiday shelves are stocked, the economy is getting back on track, and that smoother future travel is ahead thanks to investments from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. 

Here’s a look at what voters in states across the country read about how Democrats have been delivering this week:

President Biden and Vice President Harris are taking critical steps to protect Americans and help communities and hospitals battle Omicron, building on the robust plan he announced earlier this month to get people maximum protection ahead of the winter and prepare for rising cases driven by the new variant.

Thanks to the leadership of President Biden and Democrats, our economy is getting back on track as supply chain bottlenecks ease, consumers are spending in record amounts, and businesses report stocked shelves.

Meanwhile, local news outlets continued to highlight how President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will repair and rebuild the nation’s roads, bridges, and airports; replace lead pipes and service lines, improve access to affordable, high-speed internet; strengthen resilience to climate change; create good-paying, union jobs; and so much more.