BREITBART – Vulnerable Democrats in purple states have begun distancing themselves from President Joe Biden as the 2022 midterm elections quickly approach.
This November, at least two Senate Democrats stand to lose their seats in swing states that the increasingly unpopular President Biden won by slim margins:
Sen. Raphael Warnock of Georgia and Sen. Mark Kelly of Arizona — neither of which have called for the president’s aid.
According to the Washington Post, when Mark Kelly was asked if he wanted Biden to campaign on his behalf, he dodged the question.
“I’m focused on, right now, on things Arizonans care about, like the price of gasoline and groceries,” said Mark Kelly.
Kelly noted that Biden has not been effective on the issue of the southern border.
“What’s going on on our southern border, at least in Arizona — no, it’s not been effective,” said Kelly.
Raphael Warnock was equally evasive when asked if he wanted the president to campaign for him.
“I know that the pundits are focused on the campaign. I really am focused on serving the people of Georgia,” Warnock told the Post.
Warnock helped tip the scales in the U.S. Senate in the Democrats’ favor in 2021 …