So far, the people of America wanted to vote for Democratic presidential candidate Joes Biden because they didn’t want to elect Donald Trump as POTUS again. However, now they have a reason to vote for Biden because he has proved himself after Thursday night's Democratic National Convention.

By now, everyone in American has more of less developed an opinion about Trump and his actions – whether they support it or criticize it. The Trump campaign has so far been asking the people of the country to re-elect the current president by portraying Biden as a dangerous leftist or mentally unfit for the position.

However, in the last week, the Democrats have tried to paint a different picture of Biden and make Americans aware of who he is, where does he come from and what his struggles have been so far in America.

In his address to the nation, Biden showed himself as someone who comes from a humble background, who has had his fair share of struggles that resonate with the people of America. Overall, he shared his journey that is completely the opposite of what the Trump campaign has been promoting.

Moreover, in their address, the Democrats chose to give the people of America a choice – to vote again for Trump, someone who prefers to enjoy his life and play golf while thousands of people are dying due to the COVID-19 pandemic or to choose Biden, who has lived the life of a common man.

The address given by Michelle Obama to other members of the Democratic party was effective in reaching out to people whose support is important to help Biden win the upcoming presidential elections.

Democratic party’s Vice Presidential Kamala Harris as well as Biden did not directly target Trump in their speeches but rather decided to focus on themselves, their journey so far and the needs of the Americans. Trump campaign, on the other hand, has focused on downplaying the lives and struggles of Biden and Harris, which may not go too well with American voters in the upcoming elections.

Vice President Joe Biden U. S. Vice President Joseph Biden speaks during a memorial service for the late former Israeli president Shimon Peres at the Adas Israel Congregation October 6, 2016 in Washington, DC. Getty Images