March 20, 2020

CHC BOLD PAC Endorses Vice President Joe Biden for President of the United States

CHC BOLD PAC supports Vice President Joe Biden in his bid for the White House 

Washington, D.C. - Today, CHC BOLD PAC announced its endorsement of Vice President Joe Biden for President of the United States. We know Trump is an existential threat to the health and economic well-being of our communities and all Americans and we cannot afford four more years of his reckless administration. CHC BOLD PAC is proud to support Vice President Joe Biden and we look forward to working alongside him to restore faith in our government and leadership in the White House. 

“BOLD PAC is proud to endorse Vice President Joe Biden for President. We know Joe leads with his head and his heart and that on day one he will work to bring Americans together and turn the page on Trump’s divisive and hateful politics. Vice President Joe Biden was the first of several Democratic presidential candidates to meet with Members of the Hispanic Caucus, where we discussed the issues impacting Latino communities across the country. From expanding access to affordable health care, to protecting Medicare and Social Security benefits for our seniors, and fighting for our nation’s DREAMers and 11 million undocumented people, Joe will fight for us,” said CHC BOLD PAC Chairman Tony Cárdenas. “The current public health crisis of COVID-19 has further exposed the lack of competence in the White House and the need — now more than ever — for an empathic, decisive, and experienced leader who will put science and facts before politics. Vice President Joe Biden has shown he can do just that.”

CHC BOLD PAC looks forward to working with Vice President Biden to protect and expand the Democratic majority in the House, take back the Senate, and win the Presidency this November. 


CHC BOLD PAC, the campaign arm of the Hispanic Caucus started in 2001 to help increase the representation of Latinos in Congress. Since its founding, BOLD PAC has helped almost double the number of Latinos in Congress.