Vice President Joe Biden is expected to arrive in Albany shortly, where he’ll join Gov. Andrew Cuomo for a presentation on the state’s recovery from Superstorm Sandy and its plan for the federal disaster funds it received.
The event will mark Biden’s second trip to the Capital Region, while President Barack Obama has made three stops. In 2009, Biden stopped in an Albany suburb to tout Obama’s economic stimulus plan.
Biden is scheduled to give remarks during the presentation, which kicks off around 11:30 a.m. It’s being held in the Capitol’s Red Room, the governor’s ceremonial office that is often used for press conferences.
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