Kamala Harris to become America's first black female vice president-elect

Kamala Harris to become America's first black female vice president-elect

- Kamala Harris got on her phone as soon as she learnt about the projected win and told her running mate, Joe Biden that they had finally done it

- As she celebrated their projected win, the world cheered her on for her new milestones

- If Biden's win is confirmed, she would become the first female vice president-elect, the first woman of South Asian and black origin to get to the office

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Kamala Harris, Joe Biden’s running mate, is on the verge of making history to become the country’s first female vice president-elect.

Kamala Harris becomes America's first black female vice president-elect
Kamala served as a senator before deciding to be Joe Biden's running mate. Photo: Kamala Harris
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The wilful political genius could also go down as the first black and South Asian woman to rise the ranks and clinch the position, as projected by CNN.

On Saturday, November 7, the streets of the US and all corners of social media erupted in loud cheer as multitudes congratulated the duo for their projected win in the nerve-wracking 2020 elections.

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Kamala, who had instantly become a force to reckon with, trended right beside America’s best choice - Biden.

It was her enigmatic character throughout the elections, her unshakable stance, but most of all, it was her name going right into the books of history as the first of many to come.

She ticked all the boxes: first woman, first black lady, first politician of Asian origin but most of all, an immigrant who travelled to the land of big opportunities with the aim of finding something better.

Immediately people learnt of her projected victory, they painted a picture of brighter days to come.

To them, Kamala's win was every woman's win.

The shift she made in history meant little girls across the world had one more magnificent woman to look up to.

A woman who clothed her strength in wits, bravery, calmness and determination.

A woman who would inspire generations to come and be referred to as "her", the "her" every downtrodden teenager needs to become.

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She suddenly gave birth to a new narrative that will be told to the future grandchildren, their children, and their children's children.

The 56-year-old daughter of a biologist always thought black women were the backbone of America.

And she hoped that throwing her cap in the ring would create a butterfly effect that eventually added more seats to the table for ladies just like her.

Official results will be declared on December 14, 2020, after final counting.

Meanwhile, predictions made suggested that Joe Biden won Pennsylvania and the presidential election after getting over 270 electoral votes needed to win the race.

The election which took place on Tuesday, November 3, recorded an enormous amount of votes.

According to the BBC Joe Biden won the hotly contested state of Pennsylvania, the key to the election, and has secured the necessary electoral votes.

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