Kamala Harris: First Woman to Be Elected to Executive Office in the US

The results are in. Trump is out. Harris will be the first woman to be elected to the executive office in the US. And will become a huge role model for millions across the globe.

Kamala Harris: First Woman to Be Elected to Executive Office in the US

Happy Sunday!

After what seems like forever, we finally have a winner to the 2020 US Presidential election. Joe Biden will be the next President of the United States. His running mate, Kamala Harris will be the next Vice President.

Kamala will be the first woman, and the first Black or Asian person of any gender to be elected to executive office in the US.

She's served in the US Senate and was also California's Attorney General. If California were a country, it would be the fifth-largest economy in the world and the 37th-most populous. This makes her the most qualified VP in recent history — certainly more qualified than the incumbent President.

She's an awe-inspiring person, who will become a role model to millions more across the globe.

The new leadership will be refreshing after 4 years of Trumpism. Trump's divisive character has divided the nation. His false statements, lies and manipulation of his fellow citizens has had a larger impact on a global scale. We're all looking to him leaving the white house, as we welcome the new residents in the new year.

It's a new dawn for America and I'm looking forward to what the next 4 years of a Biden and Harris leadership has in store for us.

Have an awesome week ahead,

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