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"Don't be carried away with this vice president stuff," he said at the party's Jefferson-Jackson Dinner on Oct. 13. "Don't stop at the top of that ticket, walk your way down. You can vote twice for the first time in your life for the same guy and it be legal."
With the projected election of Democrat Jack Markell as Delaware's new governor, Biden is assured the luxury of resigning his seat whenever he wants and ensuring it remains in Democratic hands. In an interview with KY-3 in Missouri last month, Biden explicitly said that, "I wouldn't resign my Senate seat until I were sworn in as Vice President of the United States." The new governor is also sworn in on Jan. 20.
"I wouldn't resign my Senate seat until I were sworn in as Vice President of the United States."