Jamaican Lt. gov-elect revels in Southern comfort

Following a gubernatorial election campaign predicted to being a national referendum on the state of the Democratic Party, Winsome Sears, a naturalized citizen from Jamaica made history in America for being the first Black elected lieutenant governor in the history of the commonwealth of Virginia.

Fifty-seven-year-old conservative Republican Sears added to a national conversation after making history for her party, gender and place of birth.

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