Joe Biden Brought Out Democratic Voters at His St. Louis Rally [PHOTOS]

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Biden visited St. Louis on Saturday for an 11 a.m. rally at Kiener Plaza as part of a Missouri campaign swing that included an afternoon stop in Kansas City ahead of the state's Democratic primary. His rival, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, is scheduled to visit St. Louis on Monday.

As the hours passed, Kiener filled with hundreds of supporters. There was every stage of life in the park, every race, and there were dogs.

Ben May, a twenty-year-old climate activist, kicked off the rally. Also in attendance were St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green and St. Louis Alderman Jeffrey Boyd. President Barack Obama administration's ambassador to Ireland introduced Biden.

The candidate spoke for about 10 minutes. He talked of unifying the party, climate change and defeating Donald Trump.

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- Jenna Jones

Photos by Trenton Almgren-Davis