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2020 WATCH: Biden Is Taking His ‘American Promise Tour’ To These Cities


Former Vice President Joe Biden announced Monday what cities he will visit this fall for his “American Promise Tour.”

Biden is releasing a book titled “Promise Me, Dad,” a memoir about his life and the loss of his son, Beau Biden, who died after a battle with brain cancer in 2015 while Biden was still in office. The former vice president is set to tour the U.S. to host panel discussions with local leaders from the states he visits. Biden hopes to start conversations outside “the 24-hour news cycle and 140-character arguments,” according to The New York Times.

“[The book is] an intimate memoir from the vice president that reveals the most momentous year in the more than forty-five he has spent in public life,” Biden’s website description reads. “Not just a recounting by a politician, Promise MeDad is a personal story from a father, grandfather, husband, and friend as he confronts the inevitability of devastating personal loss, while trying to balance his duty to his family and his country.”

These are the cities that Biden will visit:

  • Nov. 13 — New York, N.Y.
  • Nov. 15 — Philadelphia, Pa.
  • Nov. 17 — Washington, District of Columbia
  • Nov. 18 — Miami, Fla.
  • Nov. 19 — Nashville, Tenn.
  • Nov. 20 — Schenectady, N.Y.
  • Nov. 25 — Nantucket, Mass.
  • Nov. 27 — Westbury, N.Y.
  • Nov. 30 — Portland, Ore.
  • Dec. 2 — Denver, Colo.
  • Dec. 3 — Seattle, Wash.
  • Dec. 4 — Boston, Mass.
  • Dec. 7 — Houston, Texas
  • Dec. 8 — Austin, Texas
  • Dec. 9 — Minneapolis, Minn.
  • Dec. 10 — Madison, Wis.
  • Dec. 11 — Chicago, Ill.
  • Dec. 13 — Ann Arbor, Mich.
  • Dec. 14 — Asheville, N.C.

Tickets for his tour go on sale July 28, and will include a pre-ordered copy of the book.

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