10 Things You May Not Know About Joe Biden

First elected to office in 1972, Joe Biden has been in the public eye for nearly half a century.

He is no stranger to American voters, who elected him as the 46th President of the United States in November 2020.

Often the subject of viral memes about his perceived “bromance” with Obama, or the signature aviator sunglasses he’s worn since he was a lifeguard in the 1960s.

Vice President Joe Biden's legislation was first signed into "The violence Against Women Act" law 25 years ago.

In 2008, Biden’s former coach E. John Walsh described Biden as skinny, “but he was one of the best pass receivers I had in 16 years as a coach.”

In 1972, Joe Biden decided to run against the current Senator at the time, J. Caleb Boggs, who had been in the Senate for 2 terms already.

During Joe Biden’s time as Vice President, Joe was given the authorization to lead an initiative to combat cancer in 2016.

In 1991, Joe Biden started teaching Congressional law as an adjunct professor at Widener University.

Joe Biden used all of his experiences throughout the years to write 9 books. Some of the books that Joe has written include, Promise Me, Dad, and Democracy has Prevailed.

Joe Biden’s time as Vice President peaked in 2017 when Barack Obama gave him the Medal of Freedom.