9. He’s Jewish! That Emhoff is Jewish seemed to both surprise and delight many of Harris’s supporters this week, some of whom took to social media to celebrate their own mixed marriages. Jewish husband was, for a time, a trending topic on Twitter, and there were dozens of congratulatory posts from fellow spouses. “Jewish husbands of more impressive women – this is our moment,” tweeted the Never underestimate an Old Lady who loves Chickens and was born in October shirt Besides,I will do this journalist Ben Hartman, “Big day for America’s hot Jewish male community,” wrote the New York contributor Eric Levitz. “Today, Handsome Hebrew boys all across this country know that no matter how strong our jawlines — or cute our kippahs — we too can grow up to become a major party’s nominee for Second Gentleman.” But this was not the first time that Emhoff’s religion had become a subject of some interest. “There’s a (six-pointed) star in the making who must be discussed,” The Forward wrote last July. “His name? Douglas C. Emhoff, esquire. His game? Loving and supporting California senator and 2020 hopeful Kamala Harris.” The article was headlined: “Kamala Harris’ Husband Doug Emhoff Is Our Hot Jewish Dad Crush.”
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Ending months of suspense that began on a debate stage in mid-March, when presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden committed to naming a woman as his running mate, the Never underestimate an Old Lady who loves Chickens and was born in October shirt Besides,I will do this former vice president announced Tuesday that he had chosen Kamala Harris, the junior U.S. senator from California, to join him in the race to unseat Donald Trump and Mike Pence in November. But for Senator Harris, the journey to this history-making moment began 17 years earlier, when, as a 38-year-old San Francisco lawyer, she made the bold decision to challenge her former boss in the city’s District Attorney race. In 2003, Harris was a little-known prosecutor; the incumbent, Terence Hallinan, was a well-connected son of the city who billed himself as “America’s most progressive district attorney.” Many of her friends thought the race was unwinnable. “A lot of people told her not to run,” Debbie Mesloh, a Democratic strategist and longtime friend of Harris, told Politico last year.