President Biden’s schedule was released ahead of his visit to Santa Cruz County

LATEST: Biden tours damage and shares comments in Capitola, Aptos President Joe Biden will visit Santa Cruz County on Thursday, where he is expected to tour recent storm damage, speak with first responders and offer comments. According to the president’s daily schedule Thursday, Biden will fly to Watsonville Airport in Santa Cruz County later in the afternoon at Moffett Federal Airfield in Santa Clara County. wind Once in Santa Cruz County, Biden is expected to meet with business owners and local residents affected by the storm at the Capitol Pier in Capitola. After his visit to the Capitol, President Biden will deliver remarks at Abdos at Seacliff State Park. He is expected to speak out about his commitment to supporting Californians as they recover. President Biden is expected to leave the district around 4 p.m. Video: President Biden advance teams visit the Watsonville airport on Wednesday.

Latest: Biden tours Capitol, Aptos to share damage and comments

President Joe Biden will visit Santa Cruz County on Thursday, where he is expected to tour the latest storm damage, speak with first responders and offer remarks.

According to the president’s daily schedule on Thursday, Biden will fly from Moffett Federal Airfield in Santa Clara County to Watsonville Airport in Santa Cruz County at noon.

En route to Watsonville, the president will take an aerial view of the damage in Santa Cruz County.

Once in Santa Cruz County, Biden is expected to meet with business owners and local residents affected by the storm at the Capitol Pier in Capitola.

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After his visit to the Capitol, President Biden will deliver remarks at Abdos at Seacliff State Park. He is expected to speak out about his commitment to supporting Californians as they recover.

The President is expected to leave the district around 4pm

VIDEO: President Biden’s advance teams arrive at Watsonville Airport on Wednesday.

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