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Cara Santana smiles joyfully as she drives through West Hollywood to celebrate Biden/Harris victory

It was revealed Saturday that Democratic candidate Joe Biden, 77, had successfully defeated sitting president Donald Trump, 74, in the 2020 presidential race.

And Cara Santana was clearly ecstatic as she cruised down one of the busiest streets in West Hollywood in celebration of Biden’s victory.

Riding in her white Mercedes G-Wagon, the 36-year-old actress flashed a peace sign at fellow attendees.

Beaming: Cara Santana was all smiles as she cruised down one of the busiest streets in West Hollywood in celebration of Biden’s victory

To further show her support for the President-elect and his VP Kamala Harris, Santana threw on her official Biden/Harris hoodie.

Her lengthy brunette hair was tied back into a high ponytail and instead of donning a full face of makeup, Cara chose to showcase her natural, glowing complexion.

The Reunion star brought along her beloved longhaired Chihuahua named Shep, who happily sat in the passenger’s seat.

Cara even captured video of Shep standing up on his hind legs and peering out of the car’s window at all of the joyous folks that took to the streets for Biden/Harris.

Peace and love: Riding in her white Mercedes G-Wagon, the 36-year-old actress flashed a peace sign at fellow attendees

Peace and love: Riding in her white Mercedes G-Wagon, the 36-year-old actress flashed a peace sign at fellow attendees

She's got the merch: To further show her support for the President-elect and his VP Kamala Harris, Santana threw on her official Biden/Harris hoodie

She’s got the merch: To further show her support for the President-elect and his VP Kamala Harris, Santana threw on her official Biden/Harris hoodie

‘People are going off in West Hollywood and I just wanted to be a part of the festivities,’ explained Santana in a selfie style video uploaded to her Instagram Story.

She added: ‘It is so great to be an American today!’

In Cara’s back-to-back clips, people can be heard cheering and car horns can be heard blaring.

Joyous glow: Her lengthy brunette hair was tied back into a high ponytail and instead of donning a full face of makeup, Cara chose to showcase her natural, glowing complexion

Joyous glow: Her lengthy brunette hair was tied back into a high ponytail and instead of donning a full face of makeup, Cara chose to showcase her natural, glowing complexion

Happy passenger: The Reunion star brought along her beloved longhaired Chihuahua named Shep, who happily sat in the passenger's seat

Happy passenger: The Reunion star brought along her beloved longhaired Chihuahua named Shep, who happily sat in the passenger’s seat

‘The energy is electric. I haven’t been this excited since 2019,’ captioned the Beverly Hills Chihuahua actress.

After taking to the streets, Cara headed over to her best friend Olivia Culpo’s house to watch Joe Biden and Kamala Harris address the nation following their big win. 

Santana appeared especially enamored with Harris, who happens to the United States’ first-ever female Vice President.

Immersing herself: 'People are going off in West Hollywood and I just wanted to be a part of the festivities,' explained Santana in a selfie style video uploaded to her Instagram Story

Immersing herself: ‘People are going off in West Hollywood and I just wanted to be a part of the festivities,’ explained Santana in a selfie style video uploaded to her Instagram Story

Eager: Cara even captured video of Shep standing up on his hind legs and peering out of the car's window at all of the joyous folks that took to the streets for Biden/Harris

Eager: Cara even captured video of Shep standing up on his hind legs and peering out of the car’s window at all of the joyous folks that took to the streets for Biden/Harris

In a post shared with her nearly 800,000 followers, Cara penned an open letter to the vice president-elect.

‘Dear Ms. Vice President, Today you made history. You inevitably inspired so many young girls. You and President Joe Biden showed us character, truth, and unity will prevail,’ she began.

‘You showed us every vote matters, that democracy is real and we are better and stronger together. You two have the hopes of all the American people in your hands. And we thank you already for this small step to bring our country back.

Electric energy: 'The energy is electric. I haven't been this excited since 2019,' captioned the Beverly Hills Chihuahua actress

Electric energy: ‘The energy is electric. I haven’t been this excited since 2019,’ captioned the Beverly Hills Chihuahua actress

Joyous occasion: In Cara's back-to-back clips, people can be heard cheering and car horns can be heard blaring

Joyous occasion: In Cara's back-to-back clips, people can be heard cheering and car horns can be heard blaring

Joyous occasion: In Cara’s back-to-back clips, people can be heard cheering and car horns can be heard blaring

Cara signed the letter off with: ‘Love, a little girl who always believed in the good of people.’

Included with her heartfelt message, Santana added a photo of herself donning a ‘Dear Ms. Vice President’ shirt as she posed proudly in her bathroom mirror.

She also included the analytics from the 2020 presidential election that showed Biden with more electoral votes than Trump. 

Inspired: In a post shared with her nearly 800,000 followers, Cara penned an open letter to the vice president-elect

Inspired: In a post shared with her nearly 800,000 followers, Cara penned an open letter to the vice president-elect

Cara also used her voice on November 3 to encourage people to cast their vote in the election.

‘Vote like your future depends on it.. because it does,’ captioned the former girlfriend of Jesse Metcalfe.

In the caption’s coinciding photo, Cara had her dog Shep in one arm and her ballot in the other as she posed before one of the many ballot boxes strewn across Los Angeles.

Using her voice: Cara also used her voice on November 3 to encourage people to cast their vote in the election

Using her voice: Cara also used her voice on November 3 to encourage people to cast their vote in the election


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