NBA star Stephen Curry and his wife, author and entrepreneur Ayesha Curry, are endorsing former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenDemocrats warn GOP will regret Barrett confirmation Trump campaign eyes election night party at his sold-out DC hotel Harris blasts GOP for confirming Amy Coney Barrett: 'We won't forget this' MORE ahead of the November presidential election.

The couple is set to appear in a video during during the final night of the Democratic National Convention on Thursday 

In a preview of a video titled “Keeping the Faith w/ the Currys," the couple says, “We want to ensure that our kids live in a nation that is safe, happy, healthy and fair. Any so, this election we’re voting for Joe Biden.” 


The couple will appear with their children, Ryan and Riley Curry. The segment will offer “a candid look at a family conversation about politics and the state of America,” according to a statement from the Biden campaign. 

“This upcoming election is especially important. One, because of the social injustices right now, racial inequality, but also because we have children,” Ayesha Curry said Thursday.

When Stephen Curry asked his daughters “what would you say if you knew that Joe Biden was going to have a woman as his vice president?,” 8-year-old Riley Curry said she was “surprised and happy.” 

The Golden State Warriors star has regularly criticized President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump admin to announce coronavirus vaccine will be covered under Medicare, Medicaid: report Election officials say they're getting suspicious emails that may be part of malicious attack on voting: report McConnell tees up Trump judicial pick following Supreme Court vote MORE.  

Stephen Curry said in 2017 that he wouldn’t go to the White House after his team won the NBA championship.


Trump later withdrew any invitation” for the NBA team to visit, tweeting “Going to the White House is considered a great honor for a championship team.”

Stephen Curry slammed the president in 2018 after Trump in a tweet insulted NBA player LeBron James’s intelligence. Curry told The Mercury News that “that rhetoric is all based in some long-standing racism in terms of black men with a voice in power.”

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