According to recent media reports, the four leading candidates are senators Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Tammy Duckworth, as well as former national security advisor Susan Rice.
Rice, 55, has never run for public office and if tapped by Biden, would be an untested presence on the campaign trail.
The former ambassador said that there's no way to preserve Israel as a Jewish state and its democratic nature without a two-state solution.
Both deliver friendly, pro-Israel speeches at AJC confab.
Issues of race have popped up more than once in the relationship between Obama and American Jews and Israel.
Obama's National Security Adviser Susan Rice and Netanyahu's National Security Adviser Yossi Cohen have maintained good relations.
White House National Security Council Advisor Susan Rice made a speech before AIPAC in which she chose to invert a famous line by Ronald Reagan; “Trust but verify,” into “Distrust but verify.”
Rice reiterates US opposition to Israeli settlement activity, seeks commitment to two-state solution.