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Vice President Biden To Attend DNC Event In Tulsa

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Vice President Joe Biden will visit Tulsa next week. Vice President Joe Biden will visit Tulsa next week.
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The White House announced Friday that Vice President Joe Biden will attend a Democratic National Committee (DNC) event in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Tuesday, November 17.

According to the White House, the Vice President will travel to California, Oklahoma and Texas next week. On Monday, November 16, Biden will travel to Los Angeles, California, to participate in an event on the economy and attend a Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) event. The Vice President will remain in Los Angeles overnight.

On Tuesday, November 17, the Vice President will travel to Tulsa, Oklahoma, to attend a DNC event.  Afterwards, he will travel to Houston, Texas, to attend a DSCC event.

Biden will remain in Houston overnight. On Wednesday, November 18, he will participate in an event on the economy in Houston.

Afterwards, Biden will travel to Dallas, Texas, to participate in an event on the economy. In the afternoon, he will travel to San Antonio, Texas, to attend a DNC event. Afterwards, Biden will return to Washington, D.C. 

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