Although voters nationwide are still waiting for concrete results from some of Tuesday's biggest races, multiple victories that have already been confirmed are making history. This election season marked many "firsts" for representation in decision-making bodies on a state and national level. In Delaware, the nation's first openly transgender state senator was elected. House of Representatives seats to women of color. And Missouri elected the state's first Black congresswoman. Here's a look at some of the newly-elected officials who are trailblazing in their communities and across the country.
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A Pennsylvania press conference against LGBT hate crimes on Tuesday turned personal when a state senator announced he is gay. Get over it. I love it," Democratic Sen. Wilson noted in her tweets during the event that Ferlo is likely Pennsylvania's first openly gay state senator. I believe that makes him the PA Senate's first openly gay member. Ferlo, an outgoing senator who represents part of Pittsburgh, is the sponsor of a bill that would expand the state's hate crimes law to cover lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals.
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These 6 LGBTQ politicians won big on Election Day 2020. Here's what you should know about them.
Sarah McBride, 30, won a seat in the Delaware state Senate Tuesday night and made history as the first openly transgender state senator in the nation. When she is sworn in, McBride will become the nation's highest-ranking openly transgender elected official. Torrey Harris and Eddie Mannis, though on different sides of the political aisle, found common ground as they made history with wins to serve as the first openly LGBTQ politicians in the Tennessee State Legislature. Tennessee had been one of just five states that previously had never elected openly LGBTQ candidates as state representatives. The progressive representative-elect for the district of Winooski and Burlington took to Twitter to celebrate the historic seat.