The correspondence shared on social media has not been sent to Biden, with official calls relating to the election yet to be made.
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Kamala Harris' former classmates have heaped praise on her ascenscion to the nation's second-highest political office.
"We want to be heard and our agenda to be prioritized," Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors wrote in a letter to President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
The president-elect has previously blamed Putin's regime for the poisoning of Alexey Navalny, vowing to work with allies to hold the Russian leader's government "accountable for its crimes."
"Personality traits and character traits of the president rubbed a lot of people the wrong way," said Senator Pat Toomey on Sunday.
The American people deserve an "urgent, robust, and professional" response to the public health and economic crisis, the official Biden-Harris presidential transition's website states.
The verified account, with the handle @Transition46, had already amassed more than 60,000 followers early Sunday.
"This isn't goodbye, America," Alec Baldwin, as President Donald Trump, said in the first post-election episode. "I'm just going to say, 'See you in court!'"
"While I may be the first woman in this office, I will not be the last," Kamala Harris said.
Kamala Harris made history on Saturday as the first woman elected to serve as vice president.
"It's time for our better angels to prevail. At our best, America is a beacon for the globe, we will lead not only by the example of our power, but by the power of our example," Biden said.
LeBron James, Lizzo, Kerry Washington and more stars took to social media to celebrate Biden's win.
On Saturday, Joe Biden tweeted his acceptance in winning the presidential race. It quickly became his most popular tweet ever.
Both Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have received overwhelming support from public figures and world leaders, as the election was called in the Democratic candidates' favor Saturday.
Kamala Harris made history on Saturday as the first woman elected to become vice president.
Senator Kamala Harris will be the next vice president of the United States, shattering the glass ceiling not only as the first woman to hold the position, but also the first woman of color, after President-elect Joe Biden's victory over President Donald Trump.
While stopping short of claiming victory, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said on Friday that he was "not waiting to get the work done."
Trump is not the only presidential candidate who has received a massive increase in followers this week. Joe Biden gained 2,174,875 followers on Twitter in the same time frame.
Following a disappointing election day for her party, where the Democrats have lost at least five congressional seats so far, the 80-year-old has said she intends to stay put in the role she has held since 2002.
The path is narrow, but Democrats still have the ability to retake the Senate with the help of a Vice President Kamala Harris.
"I have every intent to stay right here and get this state back to work and make sure our economy is thriving," Governor Gretchen Whitmer told reporters Tuesday.
Residents of Roseville described feeling "scared and extremely upset" after the dots appeared days before the election.
Trump supporters had the Whitestone Bridge backed up, and Alexander Ocasio-Cortez said she traveled on another bridge—all while taking a swipe at Trump supporters.
Democrat Sheryl Cole tweeted: "This is a 1st for me - but we just cancelled a joint event...due to security reasons. Unfortunately, Pro-Trump Protestors have escalated well beyond safe limits."
The new ad features the song "Only the Young" with footage of protests and calls for people to "run" to the polls after four years of marching.
The Cook Political Report has shifted its assessment of the race in Texas from "lean Republican" to "toss up."
"When you fill out your own ballot, ask yourself, 'Who will best restore decency and civility to the White House? Who can I be proud to tell my children and grandchildren I voted for?'" Jeff Flake said.
The 51-year-old rapper said he would have preferred to have a one-on-one call with the vice presidential nominee.