US President Joe Biden will personally launch the Irish Americans for Biden-Harris 2024 campaign during a virtual call from The White House on Friday, March 15 at 2:45 pm.

President Biden will deliver remarks to reflect on the achievements and contributions of Irish Americans to the nation, and preview the Biden-Harris team’s upcoming plans to engage Irish Americans ahead of the 2024 US Presidential election.

Attending with the President on Friday's call will be Campaign Chair, Jen O’Malley Dillon.

You can RSVP to Friday's virtual Irish Americans for Biden-Harris 2024 Kick-Off Call online here.

If you are unable to attend Friday's kick-off call but would like to learn more about Irish Americans for Biden-Harris 2024, you can text IRISH to 30330.

☘️ Join @JoeBiden + @jomalleydillon for the launch of Irish Americans for Biden!


— Irish American Dems (@IrishDems) March 14, 2024

With large Irish American populations in key battleground states such as Michigan and Pennsylvania, the Irish American support base could prove vital in a tight contest in November.

President Biden, who has roots in Co Mayo and Co Louth, has been described as the 'most Irish' president in US history. Last year, he celebrated his Irish roots with an official visit to Ireland that brought him to Dublin, Louth, and Mayo.

Following a decades-old tradition, Biden declared March 2024 as Irish American Heritage Month a few weeks ago.

In his proclamation, Biden wrote: "During Irish-American Heritage Month, we honor our Irish ancestors, all those who carry on their legacies, and the values that have always bound Ireland and the United States together.

"These values — including determination, decency, and dignity — have been passed down from generation to generation in families like my own and have been grafted into the American character."