Political Girls Guide to Women & LGBTQ People Who Won the Midterm Elections

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Congratulations ladies! We have SO MUCH to celebrate today as we watched the Democrats take back the house, and witnessed a number of women and LGBTQ people winning their elections from state to state. We are so proud of everyone that went out and voted, and even more proud of all the women who crushed the 2018 midterm elections. You’re all amazing!

TFF Mag wants to congratulate everyone who helped change history last night! HERstory was surely made! Let’s take a look at all of the great people who took home a win last night shall we?


Jared Polis: First openly gay man to win a governor's race

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: Youngest woman elected to Congress

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Minnesota's Ilhan Omar and Michigan's Rashida Tlaib: First Muslim women in Congress

  Ilhan Omar

Ilhan Omar

  Rashida Tlaib

Rashida Tlaib


Ayanna Pressley: Massachusetts' first black congresswoman

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Deb Haaland and Sharice Davids: First Native American congresswomen 

  Deb Haaland

Deb Haaland

  Sharice Davids

Sharice Davids


Michelle Lujan Grisham: New Mexico's first Latina governor

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Angie Craig: Minnesotas Openly Lesbian Congressional Member

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Kristi Noem: South Dakota's first female governor

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Marsha Blackburn: First female senator to represent Tennessee

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