New Delhi: Democratic Party in US presidential election Candidate Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, who went to the polls with them, congratulated American Hindus at the nine-day Navratri festival that began on Saturday. Both tweeted separately that this festival will once again win good over evil.
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Explain that the inclination of the Indian-American population in the US presidential election has always been towards the Democratic Party. But this time the Hindus became a major voting bank for Biden after Democrats gave Kamala Harris, a native of India, the title of vice president.
‘Good will win over evil’: Biden
Joe Biden tweeted: “As the Navratri Hindu festival begins, Jill and I wish the people of America and around the world to celebrate this festival. Good will once again win over evil. This new beginning will give everyone opportunities.
At the start of the Navratri Hindu festival, Jill and I send our best wishes to everyone celebrating in the US and around the world. May good triumph over evil once again and usher in new beginnings and opportunities for all.
– Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) October 17, 2020
At the same time Kamala Harris tweeted: “@DouglasEmhoff and I wish the best to our American Hindu friends and families. We also wish everyone who celebrates this holiday. This vacation will inspire all of us to uplift our communities and make them more inclusive.
. @ DouglasEmhoff and I wish our American Hindu friends and family, and all who are celebrating, a happy Navratri! May this vacation serve as an inspiration for all of us to uplift our communities and build a more inclusive and just America.
– Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) October 17, 2020
Meanwhile, a poll revealed that 72 percent of Indian-American voters have registered in the presidential election so far. He has decided to vote for Democratic candidate Joe Biden, while only percent plan to vote for the current presidential trump.
This poll was conducted online in September, where 936 American Indians from across America were sampled in the Included poll as follows.