New Delhi: Kamala Harris, the first American senator of Indian origin, known as “Female Obama”, has announced that she will present her candidacy in the upcoming presidential election in 2020. Kamala Harris is among the potential candidates from the Democratic Party. His party has performed brilliantly in the recent mid-term elections. Also, in the last two years, Kamala has emerged as the party’s star leader in the Senate. He is one of the vocal leaders to raise voice from the Democratic Party against the current President Donald Trump.
They can get a good vote of African American citizens and white suburban women. The presidential election of the year 2020 will be held on February 3, 2020 in Iowa, where there is a program to be the first primary election. Media reports have indicated that frequent visits to Kamala’s Iowa indicate Obama’s energy in his meetings.
She is considered close to former President Barack Obama. Obama had thrown him in various elections including the US Senate in 2016. Born in Oakland, California, is a descendant of Indian-born Shyamala Gopalan and American citizen of Jamaica, Donald Harris. Kamla’s mother Shyamala Gopalan migrated to the US from Chennai in 1960.
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During Obama’s tenure, he was called “Female Obama”. A decade ago journalist Gwen Eiffel called him “Female Barack Obama”. Later, Tony Pinto, a businessman from Willoughby, described him as a woman and a female model of the president.
He is among the two dozen potential candidates from the Democratic Party in the presidential election. However, no leader has yet declared a formal announcement of his candidature. These include Senator Bernie Sanders, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former Vice President Joe Biden. First Hawaii MP Tulsi Gabbard is also in the race to get presidential candidacy from Hawaii in the US Congress
His close sources gave this information. At the same time, Obama’s wife Michelle Obama refused to enter politics. Earlier, Kamala Harris had said that she would decide during the upcoming holidays whether to try luck in the 2020 presidential election or not. Harris, 54, said that standing or not being in the presidential election would be a complete family decision.