President Biden has long believed that we must build the economy from the bottom up and middle out, not the top down. That is why during his State of the Union address, the President spoke directly to working families and communities across the country who have felt left behind. He outlined his economic agenda and how it’s bringing back manufacturing and creating good-paying jobs —in infrastructure, semi-conductors, and clean energy—that don’t require a four-year degree.

The President also addressed his unity agenda, consisting of four pillars where Democrats and Republicans have come together: beating the opioid crisis, addressing mental health, supporting our veterans, and ending cancer as we know it.

A wide range of constituencies, community leaders, business, and union leaders championed the President’s remarks. Here’s what they are saying:

Faith Based Organizations & Religious Leaders:

Democratic Majority for Israel: “…President Biden’s work goes beyond the material. He is restoring the soul of America and fighting to ensure our democracy remains strong, as does our mutually beneficial alliance with Israel. DMFI is committed to helping him finish the job.” [Statement, 2/07/23]