First elected in 1970, he was elected to the New Castle County Council.
Political career: From 1973 to 2009, Biden served a distinguished Senate career.
Political experience: His many foreign policy positions included advocating for strategic arms limitation with the Soviet Union, promoting peace and stability in the Balkans, expanding NATO to include former Soviet-bloc nations and opposing the First Gulf War.
2007 election campaign: In 2007, 20 years after his first unsuccessful presidential bid, Biden once again decided to run for the U.S. presidency. Despite his years of experience in the Senate, however, Biden’s campaign failed to generate much momentum in a field dominated by Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Biden dropped out after receiving less than one percent of the vote in the crucial Iowa caucuses.
Vice President: On 2 Nov, 2008, Obama and Biden collectively defeated the Republican ticket of Arizona Senator McCain and Governor Alaska Sarah Palin. On 20 Jan, 2009, Obama was sworn in as the 44th U.S. president and Biden accepted his role as the 47th vice president.
Biden remained his influence during covid and also took decisive decisions during school shooting at Newtown.
Joe Bidens have many scandals during this long way of political career.