Dr. Jill Biden makes stops in Twin Cities, rallies with women in Minneapolis

Dr. Jill Biden, the wife of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, made stops in both Twin Cities on Saturday as the campaign continues to make a push in the Midwest.

Biden started her day by visiting Black-owned businesses in St. Paul's Rondo neighborhood before joining volunteers and Governor Tim Walz at the Sanneh Foundation's Community Center.

At the center, Biden and Walz both helped pack cars with good to help families struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.

"It’s a testament to the work they’re doing and the line of cars that people actually want to come and see the work they do so I’m proud of the organization I’m proud of the young people that have stepped up," said Tony Sanneh with the Sanneh Foundation.

Finally, Biden moved across the river to Minneapolis, where she joined a Women for Biden rally with Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan and Senator Tina Smith.

Biden took the time to send well wishes to the president and first lady who recently tested positive for COVID-19.

"This isn’t a matter of politics, it’s about health and about respect, and Joe and I pray that they will make a quick and full recovery," Jill Biden said.

Later, she got into the heart of her speech, telling supporters her husband would be a president for all Americans and knows how to heal a hurting country.

"Through it all, he learned how to heal a broken family," she said. "It’s the same way you heal a nation with love and understanding with small acts of kindness with bravery with unwavering faith."