IN THE STATES: Team Biden-Harris Delivers Results For Americans, Donald Trump Would Take Our Country Backwards

In the aftermath of the Trump v. United States Supreme Court decision, the DNC launched a homepage takeover across three battleground newspapers, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Arizona Republic, and Philadelphia Inquirer, directing readers to a digital ad highlighting Trump for what he is – a fraud, liar, and denier who poses the greatest threat to our democracy. 

  • In Arizona: Cronkite News: Democrats plaster Arizona Republic website with ads calling Trump a threat to democracy, with other blitzes in Georgia, Pennsylvania
  • In Pennsylvania: NBC 10 Philadelphia: Democrats call former President Trump ‘threat to our democracy’ after SCOTUS immunity ruling
  • In Arizona, Georgia, and Pennsylvania: The Hill: DNC rolls out ad campaign in swing state newspapers calling Trump ‘a threat to our democracy’
  • In Arizona, Georgia, and Pennsylvania: Axios: Scoop: Democrats’ presidential immunity warning  
  • In Arizona, Georgia, and Pennsylvania: Meidas News: DNC Releases Ad Naming Trump ‘Biggest Threat to Democracy’

The DNC launched a special Fourth of July billboard in Milwaukee, reminding Wisconsinites that President Biden is the only candidate fighting for them while Trump has repeatedly made his contempt and lack of respect for Milwaukee and its residents clear.

  • In Wisconsin: WPR: As Milwaukee prepares for RNC, dueling messages appear along highways
  • In Wisconsin: WisPolitics: DNC: Launches eight 4th of July billboards to remind Milwaukee that Trump disparages the city while Biden fights for Wisconsin

This week, First Lady Jill Biden traveled to Middleville, Michigan to promote the Biden-Harris administration’s program to feed hungry children during the summer months. 

  • In Michigan: WXMI: Dr. Jill Biden stops by West Michigan camp, promotes summer food programs for kids
  • In Michigan: MLive: First Lady Jill Biden talks free meals for kids, military service in West Michigan visit
  • In Michigan: Michigan Advance: In West Michigan, first lady promotes the Biden administration’s family support policies

In North Carolina, Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg touted the achievements of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, helping to break ground on two $1 billion projects that will improve and expand transportation for North Carolinians, all thanks to the Biden-Harris administration. 

  • In North Carolina: News & Observer: Buttigieg helps kick off $1.1 billion rail project in Wake
  • In North Carolina: NC Newsline: Buttigieg, Cooper break ground on new Raleigh-to-Richmond high speed rail line
  • In North Carolina: WXII: US secretary of transportation joins with governor to celebrate multi-use path groundbreaking in WS
  • In North Carolina: WFDD: U.S. Transportation Secretary joins Gov. Cooper to break ground on new Winston-Salem trail 

Today, the day-to-day lives of Americans have been made better thanks to President Biden and Vice President Harris improving and expanding our infrastructure, ensuring clean water and high-quality broadband, and accessible transportation is available in neighborhoods across the country. 

  • In Arizona: Arizona Republic: 2 metro Phoenix airports get $70M for improvements. Here’s what’s coming
  • In Arkansas: Mountain Home Observer: Arkansas receives $40 million in federal infrastructure grants
  • In California: Times of San Diego: California Awarded $4.5 Million Grant to Reduce GHG Emissions from Buildings
  • In Colorado: The Colorado Sun: Colorado awarded $40.5 million federal quantum technology grant to become worldwide hub
  • In Georgia: 11 Alive: Biden administration announces investment funds for Atlanta’s airport
  • In Indiana: WFYI: New federal funding brings $22 million to improve Blue Line route
  • In Kentucky: Kentucky Today: $16 million project will bring clean drinking water to northeastern Ky. community
  • In Michigan: Fox 2 Detroit: Detroit’s greenway project gets $20M federal grant
  • In Montana: Montana Public Radio: Blackfeet and Chippewa Cree tribes awarded $60,000 to bolster cybersecurity
  • In New Hampshire: Union Leader: ARMI-led project gets $44M as one of 12 tech hubs to receive federal grants
  • In Oregon: East Oregonian: Hermiston gets almost $183K grant for its airport, plans to expand
  • In Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Inquirer: Flood-prone Philadelphia neighborhood will get $2.12 million in federal climate funds
  • In Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Capital-Star: Deluzio and Jeffries spotlight Biden infrastructure law results at Pittsburgh airport
  • In Wisconsin: WPR: Wisconsin Biohealth Tech Hub to receive nearly $50M in federal grant funding
  • In Virginia: Virginia Mercury: Bipartisan Infrastructure Law aiding Virginia Energy’s abandoned mine cleanup

Meanwhile, Trump’s MAGA minions are locking arms with him, doubling down on their anti-democratic agenda and violent rhetoric in order to fall behind their extreme leader. 

  • In Alabama: Alabama Political Reporter: Alabama GOP chair says thinking of America as a democracy “leads to socialism”
  • In Arizona: Arizona Republic: ‘We need to be in the room’: RNC seeks thousands of election observers in Arizona
  • In Nevada: Talking Points Memo: Trump Appoints Fake Elector As Campaign Advisor In Nevada, A State He Still Claims He Won In 2020
  • In North Carolina: New Republic: MAGA Gov Candidate’s Ugly, Hateful Rant: “Some Folks Need Killing!”
  • In Wisconsin: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Juneau County Republicans falsely claim ‘planes full’ of refugees arriving in Wisconsin
  • In Vermont: WCAX: Vt. GOP waives rule about supporting convicted felons to back Trump