Wisconsin Democrats are pleased with Barack Obama's decision on a running mate.
Obama announced over the weekend that long-time US Senator Joe Biden will be his pick for Vice President. Wisconsin Congressman Ron Kind, a delegate at the Democratic National Convention in Denver this week, says Biden is a smart choice because he's solid on national security and foreign policy issues.
Mike Underhill, an Obama delegate from Kenosha, hopes Biden will help to unify Democrats before November.
Even though she's a pledged delegate for Hillary Clinton, Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk says Biden brings a lot to the ticket and will help the party's chances for winning the White House in November.
Biden will address delegates at the convention on Wednesday night.