Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenThe FCC’s Privacy Problem Strong, committed leadership needed to destroy ISIS Medical cures bill pushed back to lame-duck MORE will campaign for Democratic Senate candidate Cory Booker just five days ahead of Election Day.
Still, Booker is the heavy favorite to win in the deep-blue state.
Biden has acted as closer in campaigns before, most recently making a similar last-minute campaign stop for Sen. Edward MarkeyEd MarkeySet-top box shenanigans at the FCC Week ahead in tech: Crunch time for internet handoff opponents Ralph Nader still fighting for auto safety 50 years after landmark law MORE (D-Mass.) shortly before his win in the Massachusetts Senate special election.
Markey was facing slightly tighter polls but a similarly favorable atmosphere in Democratic Massachusetts, and won by ten points on Election Day.