Kamala Harris makes history with tie-breaking votes in Senate

As Vice President, Kamala Harris set a new record in U.S. history by endorsing the nomination of Indian-born Kalpana Kotagal to a federal agency, joining a 191-year voting record.

Harris, who made history as the first woman or person of color in 2020, was John, a Democrat and Republican who served as Vice President to John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson from 1825 to 1832. – Matched Senator C. Calhoun’s record.
On Wednesday, Harris, 58, voted to nominate diversity, equity and inclusion expert Kothagar to serve on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has made it illegal to discriminate against an applicant or employee on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age (over 40), or disability or genetic information. I am in charge of law enforcement.
Harris tied the Senate vote 50-50 for Kotagal’s nomination, bringing the total number of key votes cast since her inauguration to 31.