Joe Biden

Marianna Bacallao, WVIK News

Dozens of cars pulled into the Blue Grass Drive-in to watch Joe Biden accept the nomination on the big screen. Because of the pandemic, Eastern Iowa Democrats organized the watch party so they could gather together while staying six feet apart. 

Michelle O'Neill, WVIK News

This week, Joe Biden released his agenda for the Latino community. Iowa's Latinx leaders met online to discuss his plan, which includes reforming immigration law. 


WVIK News / WVIK Quad Cities NPR

Some Davenport Democrats gathered in the auditorium of West High School last night (Mon) to caucus for their favorite nominees.

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

Joe Biden's been "preachin' to the choir" in the Quad Cities area, as he campaigns before next week's Iowa caucuses. 

Michelle O'Neill was there on Tuesday at Jeno's Little Hungary bar in Davenport, as Biden spoke to precinct captains, volunteers, and other supporters. 


Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

Unity and the salvation of the United States are the stakes in this year's presidential election.

That's what former Secretary of State John Kerry told Iowa voters in Davenport on Saturday, as he campaigned for Joe Biden.

Biden campaign

Joe Biden will kickoff his latest trip to Iowa in the eastern part of the state. 

Suddenly, the Quad Cities is the place to be for Democratic presidential candidates. Four of them will stop here this week, starting with former Vice President Joe Biden Wednesday afternoon.

Courting Iowa Democrats

Oct 11, 2019
WVIK News

On Midwest Week, as the Iowa Caucuses approach, which candidates are spending the most time in Iowa and what issues are they focusing on.

New Quad City Super PAC: "Time for Biden"

Jan 10, 2018
Michelle ONeill / WVIK News

A Black Hawk College student and his friend are trying to get Joe Biden to run for president in 2020. Collin West of East Moline and Matthew Graf of Rock Island recently founded the "Time For Biden" Super PAC to rally support for the former vice president. 

WVIK

Vice President Joe Biden says the November election will either help or hurt the nation. At a campaign rally in Davenport today for U.S. Senate candidate and fellow democrat, Bruce Braley, the Vice President urged voters to think long-term.