These midterm winners emerge
Trump spokeswoman, the 25-year-old and first lesbian governor
The midterm elections will mark some early stages in US history. In the future, the first generation of Generation Z will sit in Congress and, for the first time, become a ruling gay ruler.
Maura Healey is making US history.
Democrat Maura Healey, 51, has been elected governor as the first woman in the nation’s history to openly admit to being gay. According to US broadcasters in Massachusetts, the 51-year-old won the congressional and gubernatorial elections on Tuesday against Republican Jeff Diehl (53).
Healy is the former attorney general of Massachusetts. During the so-called midterms, the entire House of Representatives, a third of the senators and governors of 36 of the 50 US states were elected on Tuesday in the United States.
Trump spokeswoman becomes governor
In Arkansas, former President Donald Trump’s (76th) spokeswoman, Sarah Huckabee Sanders (40), was elected governor. According to American broadcasters, the 40-year-old Republican defeated Democrat Chris Jones (52). Her father, Mike Huckabee, was the governor of Arkansas from 1996 to 2007.
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With Maxwell Alejandro Frost (25), someone from Generation Z is going to Congress for the first time. The 25-year-old Democrat won Tuesday’s election in Florida’s 10th congressional district over Republican Calvin Wembish, the Associated Press reported.
First generation Z
Frost will fill the Orlando-area seat vacated by Rep. Val Demings, 65, the Democratic nominee for Senate.
It is rare for people as young as 25 to be elected to Congress. Before Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorne won in 2020, that hadn’t happened in more than 45 years. (European Union)
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