Joe Biden (b. Nov. 20, 1942) was Barack Obama's Democratic running mate in the 2008 Presidential election. He is currently the vice-president-elect for the United States. Biden also ran for reelection in the U.S. Senate against Christine O'Donnell (R) which he won. His replacement will be named by the Democratic governor of Delaware.
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- President: Barack Obama
- Preceded by: Henry Folsom
- Succeeded by: Francis Swift
- Born: Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. (1942-11-20) November 20, 1942 (age 77) Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.
- Political party: Democratic
- Spouse(s): Neilia Hunter (m. 1966 ; died 1972) Jill Jacobs (m. 1977)
- Children: Beau, Hunter, Naomi, Ashley
- Parents: Joseph R. Biden Sr., Catherine Eugenia Finnegan
- Relatives: Edward Francis Blewitt (great-grandfather)
- Education: University of Delaware (BA) Syracuse University (JD)
- Occupation: Politician, lawyer, author
- Awards: Presidential Medal of Freedom with distinction (2017)
- Website: Campaign website