Kamala Harris made history — a lot of it — on Saturday when she and her running mate, now-President-Elect Joe Biden, defeated President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence in the race for the White House, after the major networks projected they had won Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes, putting them over the required 270.
Harris is the first woman ever elected to the vice presidency, as well as the first Black person, first Indian-American, and first Asian-American. Tim O'Donnell
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