Photos: Vice President Joe Biden talks politics in Asheville

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On Tuesday, Oct. 2, Vice President Joe Biden spoke to a crowd of almost 2,000 in UNCA’s Justice Center as part of a grassroots event. His speech focused on differences between President Obama and Mitt Romney, education, the middle class, taxes, the economy and more. This is his sixth trip to the Tarheel state this year. These are the photos from the Oct. 2 event. (All photos by Xpress reporter Caitlin Byrd)

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6 thoughts on “Photos: Vice President Joe Biden talks politics in Asheville

  1. Sojo

    Great photos, Caitlin! Especially love the B&Ws; as a series. Really captures him.
    Thanks

    • Caitlin Byrd

      Thank you, Sojo. It was a true pleasure to cover this event for Xpress and capture some of these candid, raw moments.

    • Caitlin Byrd

      Thank you, Sojo. It was a true pleasure to cover this event for Xpress and capture some of these candid, raw moments.

    • Caitlin Byrd

      Thank you, Sojo. It was a true pleasure to cover this event for Xpress and capture some of these candid, raw moments.

    • Caitlin Byrd

      Thanks! I really appreciate the kind words from such a great photographer and artist.

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