Vice President Elect Kamala Harris joins DC Mayor Muriel Bowser for Small Business Saturday shopping

Vice President Elect Kamala Harris joined D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on Saturday to take advantage of Small Business Saturday in the nation’s capital.

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Harris captured a moment from the day at the Downtown Holiday Market on Instagram.

Harris – who is the first woman of color elected as Vice President – has elevated her local profile since joining President Elect Joe Biden to announce victory in the 2020 Election Nov. 7.

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A couple of weeks ago on Veterans Day, she visited Dog Tag Bakery in Georgetown with her husband, Doug Emhoff.

Bowser raised eyebrows when she attended the celebration in Delaware – which is on the District’s travel restriction list. The mayor dismissed such criticisms, saying her visit to Wilmington was a government function and, therefore, essential business.

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The Biden-Harris ticket was the first in American history to surpass 80 million votes.

Despite a number of lingering challenges, President Donald Trump has begun the transition process for the new administration.