(RNS) — In an address to Muslim voters, former Vice President Joe Biden promised to “earn” their communities’ support and, if elected to the Oval Office, sign hate crime legislation, appoint Muslim staffers and, on his first day in office, repeal the Muslim travel ban.

“I want to work in partnership with you to make sure your voices are included in the decision-making process as we work to rebuild our nation,” Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee for president, said at a virtual event organized by Emgage Action, a Muslim PAC.

“I’ll be a president who seeks out, listens to and incorporates the ideas and concerns of Muslim Americans on everyday issues that matter most to our communities.”

The Million Muslim Vote Summit was organized by

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