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Monday, January 24, 2011

Vice President Biden Has Jury Duty

Not even the title of Vice President can prevent one from getting out of jury duty.

Vice President Biden was called to his home town of Wilmington Delaware where he participated as a private citizen in a jury selection at the Superior Court of Delaware at the New Castle County Courthouse.

President Biden outside a Delaware court house today.
President Obama was called to duty last year, but did not participate.  Coincidently, Biden who said he didn't "consider myself different than any other person" , said he hopes the president will participate this year.

"I hope the president serves in Chicago if he is called", said Biden.

Biden and the other selected jurymen and women, actually ended up being dismissed.


In other VPOTUS news, Vice President Biden, Chair of the White House Middle Class Task Force, will travel to Greenfield, Indiana on Wednesday of this week where he will visit Ener1, Inc., a leading manufacturer of advanced lithium-ion battery systems.

Ener1 was awarded a $118.5 million Recovery Act grant to expand its production of advanced batteries for hybrid and electric vehicles. The Vice President will discuss with workers how the Administration is incentivizing investment in innovation and helping to lay the foundation for American competitiveness in the 21st century.

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