From lesbian Maura Healey to transgender Roesener: names making history in America today


The reality of society finally reaches politics.Democrats Maura Healy became the governor of the United States Massachusetts after defeating the Republicans Jeff Deere, thus become first public lesbian Then apply for this position in the United States midterm elections in the country.

Healy, 51, will be the first LGBTI community members Governing a U.S. state after voting for Donald Trump’s nominated candidate with more than 60 percent of the vote.With this victory, Democrats have taken from Republicans Massachusetts, formerly run by Charlie Baker.

Three other Democrats also made history: Wes Moore will be Maryland’s first black governor, Maxwell Frost, 25, youngest to win House seat James Rosner already become first transgender man become a member of parliament.

[La sombra de Trump se alarga en las ‘midterms’, aunque el dinero lo ponen el resto de republicanos]

To all girls and all LGBTQ people: You can be whoever you want”, said Healy, who has been working to expand the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people while opposing legislation against this community and working for transgender people. Maura Healey is the current attorney general of Massachusetts and a well-known human rights defender.

LGTBI in all states

that way, For the first time in Massachusetts, two women will serve as the state’s top authority Historically, as Healey will be seconded by Kindriscoll as lieutenant governor, according to earlier projections.

These important midterm elections are the first in U.S. history to feature candidates from the LGTBI community in all 50 states across the country and the capital Washington. 90% of them are from Democrats.

Groups defending the rights of the LGTBI community human rights movement Thumbs up for this historic Healey victory that will help advance equality and inclusion in Massachusetts.

“Maura Healey is the new governor of Massachusetts! As one of the first lesbian governors in our state, she will not only advocate for policies that support equality, but also A role model for the entire LGBT community”in a statement posted on the social network.

Maxwell Frost

Maxwell Frost, Uber driver 25 years, was the first Gen Z member to get a seat in the House of Representatives.That is Minimum age to join the House of Commons Democrats met expectations by defeating Republican Calvin Wimbish in Florida’s 10th District.

He’s a gun control activist whose first big event was to raise money and attend Obama’s inauguration in 2013. In addition, he has the public support of prominent progressives such as senators. Bernie Sanders, from Vermont; and Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts.

Frost, Its Cuban family arrived in the U.S. in the alleged way free flight He left Cuba with refugees in the 1970s.

Wes Moore

There are also surprises in Maryland. Wes MooreTV producer and former executive director of the Robin Hood Foundation, has become first African American Be the governor of that state.

Moore, 44, thus beat his Republican rival Dan Cox, who has the backing of former US President Donald Trump. therefore, Maryland has fallen into Democratic hands, Because it was previously run by Republican Larry Hogan.

it is former U.S. Army veteranand executive director of the Robin Hood Foundation, a nonprofit that fights poverty.

Wes Moore

James Rosner

Democrats James Rosner already become first transgender man Member of Congress in U.S. history after winning the race to represent New Hampshire’s 22nd District in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Rosner 26 years old, She will become the first transgender person to represent an American in the U.S. House of Commons, joining only eight state legislators in the U.S. with a transgender community.

Progressive ‘Brigade’ re-elected

composed of Democratic lawmakers “Squad” (Brigade), led by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, They are re-elected in the U.S. midterm elections on Tuesday, according to major media forecasts.

The original member of the Brigade, Ocasio-Cortez, from New York; Ilhan Omar from Minnesota; Rashida Tlaib from Michigan; yes Ayana Presley, From Massachusetts; they were re-elected to the House of Representatives according to US media projections.

Likewise, the initial results appear to have won for two politicians who later joined the brigade, Missouri Rep. Corey Bush and New York Mayor Jamal Bowman.



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