Democrats officially nominated Joe Biden for president on Tuesday, culminating a comeback that saw the former vice president emerge as the party’s choice to take on Donald Trump in Biden’s third campaign for the White House.
Biden received the 2,374 delegate votes necessary for the nomination at a convention that was restyled in the time of COVID-19 into a video tour across the U.S., substituting for the traditional roll call in a crowded convention hall.
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