All the Historic Firsts of the 2022 Midterm Elections

Two years after Kamala Harris became the first woman and first person of color (she is Black and South Asian) to occupy the office of vice president, barriers have been broken on the state level: New York, Massachusetts, and Arkansas elected their first female governors.

Believe it or not, the United States has never had a Black female governor, but two made it to the ballot this midterm season: Georgia’s Stacey Abrams and Deidre DeJear in Iowa. Both lost their races, but will continue to fight for the Democratic party. 


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