Democrats Joe Biden and Kamala Harris urged voters in the battleground state of Arizona Thursday to vote "like your life depends on it." It's their first campaign trip together since the Democratic National Convention in August. (Oct. 8)
JOE BIDEN: And America, I think, deserves a president who understands what the American people are going through, who sees who you are, what you want to be, who cares about your health, your prosperity, your dream-- your American dream. They're facing real challenges right now. And the last thing you need is a president who exacerbates them, who ignores you.
And I'm going to say it. I've been saying for a while. My perspective [INAUDIBLE] a president who looks down at us, who thinks that, if you put your life on the line for the nation, you're a loser-- a sucker.
And by the way, you know what they're setting up? They're setting up the argument that these votes aren't going to matter. You saw what happened today. The FBI arrested a group of militiamen who had planned-- had a plan to go in and to kidnap the governor of Michigan.
This is serious stuff. We can't just win by a vote. We've got to all turn out. We can be better than we've seen. We can be what we are in our best if we all get out and vote.
KAMALA HARRIS: But here's the thing, Arizona, we need your help. We've got only 26 days left. So let's not wake up the day after the election on November 4 wishing we'd done more. Let's organize and vote in numbers no one has ever seen before. Let's send Mark Kelly to the Senate.
Vote like your life depends on it, because right now, it really does.