President Joe Biden delivered a speech at the 2024 National Association of Counties Legislative Conference in Washington, highlighting his administration’s investment in American jobs and touting a strong economy. He also criticized his Republican rival, Donald Trump. Other speakers at the general session will include Don Graves, Deputy Secretary of the US Department of Commerce, and Rep. Mark Molinaro, RN.I.

The National Association of Counties is a nonprofit organization that represents nearly 40,000 county elected officials and 3.6 million county employees across the United States. The conference brings together county officials from across the country to focus on federal policy issues that affect counties and residents.

During his speech, President Biden emphasized his commitment to creating jobs and growing the economy in America. He highlighted recent investments made by his administration in various industries such as infrastructure, clean energy, and workforce development. Additionally, he discussed his plans for future job creation initiatives to ensure continued economic growth and prosperity for all Americans.

President Biden also took aim at his Republican rival Donald Trump during his speech, criticizing him for failing to prioritize job creation and economic growth throughout his presidency.

Other speakers at the general session included Don Graves, Deputy Secretary of the US Department of Commerce who provided an update on current federal policies affecting counties and Rep. Mark Molinaro RN.I., who discussed ways counties can work with their local governments to address common challenges faced by communities across the country.

Overall, this conference was an opportunity for county officials to engage in political discussions and educational sessions while interacting with federal officials from different departments. They were able to share their concerns about key policy issues that directly affect their communities with policymakers in attendance.

The National Association of Counties is “owned by American county governments with oversight and governance by an executive committee and board of directors.” This organization serves nearly 40,000 county elected officials and 3.6 million county employees.

The conference began Friday morning and ended Tuesday afternoon after two days of intense discussions among participants who were eager to learn more about how they can influence federal policy decisions affecting their communities positively.

By Editor

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