(CNN) Top Officials Set For Nationwide Travel Blitz. President Joe Biden’s joint address to Congress may stand as the prime-time marker of his first 100 days in office, but it will also serve as the launch point for an all-out administration-wide blitz to highlight accomplishments — and the ambitious legislative push ahead.

The Biden administration will launch what officials are calling the “Getting America Back on Track” tour the day after the President’s speech on Wednesday with the President, vice chairman Kamala Harris, their spouses, and key Cabinet officials fanning bent roughly a dozen states to spotlight their first 100 days in office and Biden’s ambitious economic legislative agenda, a White House official told CNN.

“He’s thinking an excellent deal about what message he can send on to the American people about what progress has been made but in fact what challenges remain ahead,”

White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters on Monday on Biden’s preparation for his address.
The public sales talk comes at an important stage for Biden’s legislative plans, with the President and top White House officials laying the groundwork for sweeping spending proposals that might total quite $4 trillion.

The first proposal, already unveiled and centered on physical infrastructure, has been the topic of nascent bipartisan talks because the White House and congressional allies look to chart its path forward. A second, to be released as soon as Tuesday has already been the topic of fierce lobbying from Democrats because it has been crafted behind closed doors by Biden’s policy teams over the last several weeks.

Biden and first lady Jill Biden are scheduled to travel Friday to Atlanta, the capital of the state that gave his White House its crucial Senate majority. Biden will then head to Philadelphia subsequent day. Harris will visit Baltimore on Thursday, then head to Ohio for a stop on Friday.

Douglas Emhoff, the second gentleman, will visit North Carolina, with Biden, Harris, and Cabinet officials scheduled to still travel across the country next week. Biden has leaned on the top of Cabinet officials to steer the general public outreach and behind-the-scenes conversations with Capitol Hill since the discharge of his $2.25 trillion jobs and infrastructure package.

The purpose of the trips is going to be two-fold, the official said. there’ll be a component of a lap of honor, with Biden highlighting the $1.9 trillion Covid relief law, his cornerstone legislative achievement to the present point, also the administration’s vaccine rollout, which has already clinched Biden’s goal of 200 million doses delivered in his first 100 days in office.

But a big component of the travel is going to be to feature rhetorical heft around the country to Biden’s next major legislative push — a sweeping two-part package totaling quite $4 trillion that might provide once-in-a-generation investments in physical infrastructure, but also transformative spending on what White House officials are calling “human infrastructure.”

“This is his vision for a way we’d like to place in situ a public investment agenda for the country,” Biden’s National Economic Council Director Brian Deese said of the forthcoming plan during the White House press briefing on Monday.

The second proposal, which can be unveiled beforehand of Biden’s prime-time address on Wednesday and is predicted to be a central component of his remarks to Congress, would direct many billions of dollars to key Biden priorities including education, paid family and medical leave, child care and health care, consistent with people briefed on the proposal.

The plan would largely be financed through tax increases on wealthy individuals, including a rise within the premium and a big increase within the top capital gains rates on households making quite $1 million.

“They’ll use the tour to require the case on to the American people about the vital need for action on the roles plan and therefore the families plan so we will make badly needed investments within the financial security of middle-class families, also as in jobs, growth, and competitiveness,” the official told CNN.