Joe Biden’s Achievements

Written by admin on June 18th, 2020

You will be seeing the same people who have failed at every chance to name Mr. Trump’s accomplishments while in the White House now demanding a list of Joe Biden’s accomplishments.  They know that with such a long career that there are so many accomplishments to name that it becomes just as difficult as it is to name those that Trump has yet to achieve!  There are also some accomplishments done in Biden’s earlier years that don’t seem that Progressive today and the Right wants to use those to divide and deny those votes going to Joe Biden.  With that, there are many accomplishments which we will try to list here.

In 1969, Biden ran to represent the 4th district on the New Castle County Council with a liberal platform that included support for public housing in the suburban area. He won by 2,000 votes in the usually Republican district and a bad year for Democrats in the state. He served on the County Council from 1970 to 1972 while continuing his private law practice.

In 1972 Joe Biden ran against Republican incumbent Senator J. Caleb Boggs.  Biden’s campaign had almost no money and was given no chance of winning. His campaign focused on withdrawal from Vietnam; the environment; civil rights; mass transit; more equitable taxation; health care; the public’s dissatisfaction with politics as usual; and “change”.  During the summer, he trailed by almost 30 percentage points, but his energy level, his attractive young family, and his ability to connect with voters’ emotions gave him an advantage over the ready-to-retire Boggs. Biden won the November 7 election by 3,162 votes.

Biden was sworn into office on January 5, 1973, at age 30 (the minimum age required to hold the office), Biden became the sixth-youngest senator in U.S. history, and one of only 18 who took office before turning 31.  During his first years in the Senate, Biden focused on consumer protection and environmental issues and called for greater government accountability.

If you click on the links you will be able to find out what the bill was about.  Keep in mind that this is not all that the Former Vice President did, for he was on committees as a Senator.  If you want a full understanding of Joe Biden’s successes and failures read Wikipedia at  Also remember that all of President Obama’s accomplishments,  Joe had a hand in.  You can see a list of those achievements at

Joseph Biden Jr., former Vice President of the United States (and President of the Senate)Enacted Legislation

Biden was the primary sponsor of 42 bills that were enacted. The most recent include:

S. 3605 (110th): Criminal History Background Checks Pilot Extension Act of 2008

S. 1738 (110th): PROTECT Our Children Act of 2008
S. 3370 (110th): Libyan Claims Resolution Act

S. 2565 (110th): Law Enforcement Congressional Badge of Bravery Act of 2008

S. 3061 (110th): William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008

S. 3218 (110th): Criminal History Background Checks Pilot Extension Act of 2008

S. 2731 (110th): Tom Lantos and Henry J. Hyde United States Global Leadership Against HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria Reauthorization Act of 2008

S. 2106 (110th): Procedural Fairness for September 11 Victims Act of 2007

S. 1738 (110th): PROTECT Our Children Act of 2008

S. 1060 (110th): Recidivism Reduction and Second Chance Act of 2007

S. 676 (110th): A bill to provide that the Executive Director of the Inter-American Development Bank or the Alternate Executive Director of the Inter-American Development Bank may serve on the Board of Directors of the Inter-American Foundation.

S. 1184 (109th): A bill to waive the passport fees for a relative of a deceased member of the Armed Forces proceeding abroad to visit the grave of such member or to attend a funeral or memorial service for such member.

S. 2195 (108th): Anabolic Steroid Control Act of 2004

S. 1849 (106th): White Clay Creek Wild and Scenic Rivers System Act

S. 574 (106th): A bill to direct the Secretary of the Interior to make corrections to a map relating to the Coastal Barrier Resources System.

S. 519 (106th): A bill to direct the Secretary of the Interior to make corrections to a map relating to the Coastal Barrier Resources System.

S.J.Res. 220 (103rd): A joint resolution to designate October 19, 1994, as “National Mammography Day”.

S. 1764 (103rd): A bill to provide for the extension of certain authority for the Marshal of the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court Police.

S.J.Res. 134 (103rd): A joint resolution to designate October 19, 1993, as “National Mammography Day.”

S.J.Res. 62 (103rd): A joint resolution to designate the week beginning April 25, 1993, as “National Crime Victims’ Right Week”.

S.J.Res. 56 (103rd): A joint resolution to designate the week beginning April 12, 1993, as “National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week”.

S.J.Res. 279 (102nd): A joint resolution designating April 14, 1992, as “Education and Sharing Day, U.S.A”.

S. 1963 (102nd): A bill to amend section 992 of title 28, United States Code, to provide a member of the United States Sentencing Commission whose term has expired may continue to serve until a successor is appointed or until the expiration of the next se

S. 1568 (102nd): A bill to amend the Act incorporating the American Legion so as to redefine eligibility for membership therein.

S. 1552 (102nd): White Clay Creek Study Act

S. 1451 (102nd): Benjamin Franklin Memorial Fire Service Bill of Rights Act

S. 3266 (101st): Crime Control Act of 1990

S.J.Res. 373 (101st): Delaware-New Jersey Compact

S.J.Res. 309 (101st): A joint resolution designating the month of October 1990 as “Crime Prevention Month”.

S. 2224 (101st): A bill to authorize appropriations for the Administrative Conference of the United States for fiscal years 1991, 1992, 1993, and 1994, and for other purposes.

S.J.Res. 264 (101st): A joint resolution to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the National Sheriffs’ Association.

S.J.Res. 257 (101st): A joint resolution to designate March 10, 1990, as “Harriet Tubman Day”.

S.J.Res. 205 (101st): A joint resolution designating December 3 through 9, 1989, as “National Cities Fight Back Against Drugs Week”.

S. 1338 (101st): Biden-Roth-Cohen Flag Protection Act of 1989

S. 604 (101st): A bill to amend title 31 of the United States Code to increase settlement authority and expand coverage relating to claims for damages resulting from law enforcement activities.

S.J.Res. 240 (100th): A joint resolution to designate the period commencing on May 16, 1988 and ending on May 22, 1988, as “National Safe Kids Week.”

S. 1851 (100th): Genocide Convention Implementation Act of 1987 (the Proxmire Act)

S. 1822 (100th): Sentencing Act of 1987

S.J.Res. 329 (99th): A joint resolution to designate the period of December 1, 1986, through December 7, 1986, as “National Aplastic Anemia Awareness Week”.

S. 923 (97th): Pretrial Services Act of 1982

S. 1482 (96th): Classified Information Criminal Trial Procedures Act

S. 1682 (95th): A bill to provide for the implementation of treaties for the transfer of offenders to or from foreign countries.

S.J.Res. 65 (93rd): A joint resolution requesting the President to issue a proclamation designating the week of April 23, 1973, as “Nicholas Copernicus Week” marking the quinquecentennial of his birth.



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