Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his running back Kamala Harris greeted the Hindu community in America on Navratri on Saturday and once again wished good victory over evil.
“As the Hindu festival of Navratri begins, Jill and I send our best wishes to everyone celebrating in America and around the world. Good can once again overcome evil – and new beginnings and opportunities for all. Leading up to, “Bella tweeted. Saturday.
Biden, 77, is challenging President Donald Trump, a Republican who is seeking another term in the November 3 presidential election.
Senator Harris, who created history in American politics by becoming the first Indian-American and black woman to receive the nomination of a prominent party vice-president, also wished Navratri.
“@DouglasEmhoff and I congratulate our Hindu American friends and family, and celebrate all of them, which is a very Navratri! This holiday allows us all to raise our communities and create a more inclusive and equitable America. Serve as inspiration! ” – My old Senator Harris tweeted.
Both Biden and Harris are sending greetings to the Hindu community on Twitter, one of the important voting blocks in this year’s election.
In August, he congratulated the Hindu community in America on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi.
There is an estimated four million Indian-American population, of which approximately 2.5 million are likely voters in the November 2020 presidential elections. More than 1.3 million Indian-Americans are voters in major battlegrounds, including Texas, Michigan, Florida and Pennsylvania.
Members of the Democratic Party last month released a music video remix of the popular “Chale Chalo” song from the superhit Bollywood film, ‘Lagaan’ to woo Indian-American voters.
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