Pennsylvania painted the White House blue and Americans made history today, when voting for a woman, Kamala Harris, become the first Vice President of this nation.
By Maria T. Morales
People erupted in jubilation this morning in front of the White House when they learned that Joe Biden is the newly elected president of the United States., seizing power from Republican Donald Trump who reached 214.
This morning, Pennsylvania added 20 more votes to total 273 of the 270 what he needed to win.
Then, Nevada and Wisconsin reconfirmed the win for the Democrat who became, total, of 290 electoral votes that, clarified the doubts and confusion that the defeated Trump spread in the last three days when he spoke of a fraud that, according to him, I was stealing the supposed victory.
Four years ago, Nevada states, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan, the so-called "blue wall" of the Democrats passed into the hands of the Republicans rejecting the then candidate Hilary Clinton.
Today, The calm and patient Biden savors victory by rescuing them again after a campaign focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, unemployment and immigration.
Kamala Harris, the vice president-elect, of Jamaican-American descent, According to experts, it also managed to motivate the electoral participation of African-American women.
While Trump advanced in percentage of votes thanks to the Latino community, especially from Venezuelans, Nicaraguans and Cubans.