Kamala Harris, of Indian descent, is the first woman in American history and a black elected vice president

With the victory of Democratic candidate Joe Biden in the 59th US presidential election, Kamala Harris has become the first female US Vice President in history.

Kamala Harris, of Indian descent, will be the first woman in American history, the first black and the first South Asian vice president.

Kamala Harris is the first female vice president in the 231-year history of the United States and the 49th person to hold the post.

In a post on Twitter, she shared a video in which she called Joe Biden and said, “We did it, you’re going to be the new president of the United States.”

Kamala Harris was born on October 20, 1964, in Auckland, California. She was elected San Francisco District Attorney in 2003 and served as California’s Attorney General in 2010 and 2014.

Kamala was the third woman and the first black woman to run for vice president for a major party after Democrat Geraldine Ferrero in 1984 and Republican Sarah Palin in 2008.

56 years old Kamala Harris, was the Republican candidate against Mike Pence, who will be sworn in as the first female US Vice President on January 20, 2021, after the official election of Joe Biden by Kamala Electors.

Kamala Harris’s mother is from the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, while her father is of African descent from the West Indies state of Jamaica.