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US Election 2020: How crucial are Indian, Pakistani voters in USA

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13 percent of the total voters in the United States can play a decisive role. There are about 13 lakh Indian and 10 lakh Pakistani-origin voters among them.

Washington DC, 31 Oct: The presidential election campaign in America is gaining momentum now. The remarkable thing is that this time the votes of people of India and Pakistan origin living in America will be crucial and will play a decisive role somewhere. This time, Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris, whose mother was Indian and father is Jamaican, along with presidential candidate Joe Biden. Kamala is a graduate of Harris Law School. She has served as the City Attorney (Advocate) of San Francisco. The outstanding achievement is that she has also been the Attorney General of California. She is identified as an outspoken black leader in the US Congress Senate.

The Conservative Party recognizes Kamala’s strength, then questions her ‘black’ identity. Party says that Kamala is neither black nor of African descent. America has a large number of people of African descent. Kamla Harris can claim the Head of State’s post in the 2024 election if she is elected as Vice President and Joe Biden as the President of the United States of America.

The number of black voters in the US is said to be around 13 percent. However, Kamala’s achievements are more; we are talking about Indians and Pakistanis’ interest in the US presidential election. The relationship with India has been a mixed reaction of US President Donald Trump. (DNA)

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