Meet the History Makers of the 2018 Midterms | NYT News
Meet the History Makers of the 2018 Midterms | NYT News Long lines, High turnout and some notable first, the 2018 midterm had one of the most diverse set of candidates ever to run for office. Most of them, coming from the Democratic party, charise David’s of Kansas and Deb Holland Jessica, will be the first Native American women in the House of Representatives. The community activist who campaigned on a progressive message. She’S, a member of the Laguna Pueblo tribe, is a lawyer and a memo of the Ho-Chunk Nation. She will also be the first lesbian congressman from Kansas and Colorado voters elected the country’s first openly gay Governor Jared Polis started his political career in 2008. When he was elected to house, you can paint on fighting for Universal Health Care and stronger gun laws and the youngest woman ever elected to congress, Alexandria, ocasio-cortez of New York before beating the Republican rival on Tuesday, the 29th Philadelphia surprise Democratic, primary Victory when she defeated Representative Joe Crowley to leave of Michigan ilhan Omar of Minnesota will join the house to become the first Muslim women in Congress. Detroit native is a former state legislator and Omar is the Somali American who came to the US in the refugee when she was a child and on the Republican side, a night of notable wins for women candidates. Marsha Blackburn will be Tennessee’s first, female senator and Christino movie South Dakota’s. First female governor The first Native American and Muslim women elected to Congress. The first female governors in Maine and South Dakota. Here are some of the new leaders who will soon be taking office.
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