Columbus, OH — Today, the Ohio Democratic Party welcomed Vice President Kamala Harris to Ohio as she visits Cincinnati to talk about critical infrastructure investments that will not only fix Ohio’s roads and bridges, but will also lead to more jobs for Ohio workers.
Vice President Harris’ visit comes on the heels of President Biden’s first 100 days in office during which — with the help of Sen. Brown and Ohio Democrats — the American Rescue Plan was signed into law, which has already helped millions of Ohioans get their COVID-19 vaccines, helped small businesses reopen and put money back in the pockets of working Ohioans.
“Just 100 days in, Ohio has already benefited from President Biden’s and Vice President Harris’ commitment to Ohio working families and their focus on helping our state recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Ohioans are seeing shots in arms, money in pockets and small businesses around the state reopening. Building on that success, Vice President Harris came to Ohio today to talk infrastructure, because she knows that our state is in dire need of infrastructure investments and that we have the best workers in the world to make our infrastructure the envy of the world once again,” said Matt Keyes, spokesperson for the Ohio Democratic Party.