This midterm election had a huge turnout in the election booths yesterday and weeks prior with absentee ballots.  But, the turnout that was also impressive was the amount of women running this year across the nation.

Today we are seeing the results of these campaigns and witnessing not only a surge of women's presence in the Senate and House but also seeing the diversity that these women are bringing to these elected government positions.

Here's the history that has been made in the last 24 hours, after months and months of campaigning for our nation's 2018 Midterm Election, by women.

Janet Mills, Maine

Ms. Mills became Maine's first Lady Governor for us here in the state of Maine.

Rashida Tlaib, Michigan

One of two Muslim women voted into Congress ever.  Additionally, Ms. Tlaib is will be the first ever Palestinian-American to serve in Congress.

Ilhan Omar, Minnesota

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One of two Muslim women elected into Congress ever.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, New York

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The youngest woman elected to Congress ever at twenty-nine.

Sharice Davids, Kansas

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One of two first ever Native Americans elected to Congress.

Deb Haaland, New Mexico

One of two first ever Native Americans elected to Congress.

Ayanna Pressley, Massachusetts

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First black woman to be elected to Congress in the State of Massachusetts.