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Meet Kamala Harris; America’s First Female Vice President-elect

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Kamala Harris has emerged as the first female US Vice President of America following the victory of America’s President-elect, Joe Biden.

Harris was the running mate of Biden in one of the most highly contested elections in America.

A senator before becoming Joe Biden’s running mate, history will remember her as the first black and South Asian woman to rise to the position.

56-year-old, she is the daughter of a biologist who always thought black women were the backbone of America and hoped that throwing her cap in the ring would create a difference.

Kamala was born in October 1964 in Oakland, California to an Indian-born mother and Jamaican-born father. She attended Howard University and later went to the University of California, Hastings College of Law, where she graduated with a degree in law.

Also, in 2003, she was elected the District Attorney for San Fransisco, a position she held until 2010. Kamala was then elected the first woman and black person to serve as California’s attorney general. Blake Shelton asks fiancee Gwen Stefani’s sons for permission to marry her She joined politics in 2016 and was elected California’s senator on a Democrats ticket.

Official results will be declared on December 14.

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