Six Women Made History During This Year's Election
Meet the women who made history last night.
Nevada elected the first Latina senator in US history.
California elected the first Indian-American to serve in the US Senate.
Florida elected the first Vietnamese-American woman to Congress.
Oregon elected the US's first LGBT governor.
A former refugee was elected the US's first Somali-American Muslim female legislator.
Washington elected the first Indian-American woman to hold a seat in the US House of Representatives.
Kamala Harris is the second black woman to be elected to the US Senate. A previous version indicated that she was the second black senator to ever serve in Congress.
Stephanie Murphy defeated a 23-year Republican incumbent. A previous version incorrectly indicated her opponent was 23-years-old.