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Women Gain Ground in US Elections; take positions in various states

Women achieved several important positions after this election day.


Women who they were candidates in the elections Tuesday’s generals in United States they made new strides in numerous states, including southern New Mexico, where a trio of minority women were elected to the House of Representatives.

The three elected women They are Deb Haaland, a Democrat who in 2018 became one of the first two Amerindian women in Congress, Republican Yvette Herrell, also indigenous, and Democrat Teresa Leger Fernández, of Latin American roots.

On your side, Wyoming (northwest) chose for the first time in its history to a woman, Republican Cynthia Lummis, as a senator.

As for the downtown MissouriCori Bush became the first black woman to represent that state in Congress.

About the states of Delaware (east) and Vermont (northeast)On Tuesday they elected two transgender women, Sarah McBride (Senate) and Taylor Small (House of Representatives).

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