Another big win for Joe Biden

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The so-called Rust Belt of the Midwestern United States has dominated much of the political discussion for at least the last six years, if not the last decade. There’s a good reason for this, as electoral politics largely ride on the way these states will vote – particularly in the 2016 and 2020 elections.

The name, however, may be obsolete after just a few years of Joe Biden’s presidency, as the region, once known for its manufacturing jobs and the way in which they began to heavily deplete in recent years, is now seeing a resurgence in manufacturing jobs for the first time in decades.

In the past year, President Biden’s economy has created 500,000 new jobs in manufacturing in the United States, fulfilling one of his major campaign trail promises to the American people. In just his first year, there were nearly as many new manufacturing jobs created as there were in four years of the former guy.

   

Biden’s second year is on track to be even better than that – with companies like Honda and LG committing to invest over $5 billion in the state of Ohio – beyond any vague promises that the former guy once made. Jobs, justice and healthcare needs to be our slogan as we go into the 2022 midterms, and right now Democrats led by President Biden are clearly delivering on what the Republicans once promised.

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