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On March 12, 2019, he told a gathering of his supporters he may need their energy “in a few weeks”. Five days later, Biden accidentally revealed that he would be a candidate at a dinner in Dover, Delaware.
On April 19, 2019, The Atlantic reported that Biden planned to officially announce his campaign five days later via a video announcement, followed by a launch rally in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, or Charlottesville, Virginia. In the days before his expected launch, several major Democratic donors received requests to donate to his campaign committee, to be named “Biden for President”. Subsequent reports indicated that Biden’s plans remained uncertain, with no known launch date, locations for campaign rallies, or permits for an event in Philadelphia; associates continued to plan a fundraiser on April 25 in Philadelphia hosted by Comcast executive vice president David L. Cohen, but it was unclear whether the fundraiser would be held as planned, though his associates had continued to solicit donations in the days leading up to his announcement. On April 23, it was reported that Biden would formally enter the race two days later, so as to avoid overshadowing a forum focusing on women of color held the day before. The campaign reserved the Teamsters Local 249 union hall in Pittsburgh for April 29.
Biden released a video formally announcing his campaign early on April 25, 2019.