Vermont was the last state to have never sent a woman to Congress. But on Tuesday, Democrat Becca Balint won her race, and will become the first woman and first LGBTQ person to represent the state.
The midterm election has sharpened focus on Georgia women as both Democrats and Republicans work to mobilize the group that makes up more than half of the state’s electorate.
Laphonza Butler, the political organization's third president, will be the first Black woman and first mother to lead the group. She is a former senior adviser to Kamala Harris and Airbnb executive.