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Joe Biden Biography Timeline

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Biography Timeline Of Joe Biden

1942–1965 - Early Life

Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. was born November 20, 1942

1961 - Graduated in 1961

At Archmere Academy.  He was class president in his junior and senior years.

1966 - First Marriage

On August 27, 1966, Biden married Neilia Hunter (1942–1972)

1968 - Syracuse University College of Law

In 1968, Biden earned a Juris Doctor, ranked 76th in his class of 85.

1969 - Democratic Forum

1969, he practiced law first as a public defender, then at a firm run by a locally active Democrat

1970 - 4th District Seat

In 1970, Biden ran for the 4th District Seat on the New Castle County Council.

1971-1973 - General Election

Biden took office on January 5, 1971 served until January 1, 1973.

1972 - Defeated Republican

In 1972, Biden defeated J. Caleb Boggs to become the junior U.S. senator from Delaware.

1977 - Second Marriage

Jill Tracy Jacobs, a teacher whom renewed his interest in politics and life.

1973–2009 - U.S. Senate

In January 1973, Biden was swore in at the Delaware Division of the Wilmington Medical Center

1988 - Brain Surgeries

In February 1988, after several episodes of increasingly severe neck pain.

1988 - Presidential Campaign

Biden formally declared his candidacy for the 1988 Democratic presidential nomination on June, 1987.

1995-1997 - Senate Judiciary Committee

As chairman, Biden presided over two highly contentious U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearings.

2007-2009 - Senate Foreign Relations Committee

He collaborated effectively with Republicans and sometimes went against elements of his own party.

2008 - Presidential Campaign

Biden chose not to run for president in 1992 in part because he had voted against authorizing the Gulf War

2009–2017 - Vice President

Biden was nominated for a second term as vice president at the 2012 Democratic National Convention in September.

2013-2017 - Second Term

Biden was inaugurated to a second term on January 20, 2013, at a small ceremony at Number One Observatory Circle

2020 - Presidential Campaign

On August 18, 2020, Biden was officially nominated at the 2020 Democratic National Convention

2021 - President

Biden was inaugurated as the 46th president of the United States on January 20, 2021.

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