Here are the candidates who made history in the 2018 midterms

Here are the candidates who made history in the 2018 midterms

Here are the candidates who made history in the 2018 midterms

Two Muslim women made history after becoming the first to be voted to the the U.S. congress on Tuesday.

Her win goes into records, making her the second Muslim woman ever elected to the US Congress.

Omar shared her experience facing Islamophobia on the campaign trail, saying there are "people who are in positions of influence who look at someone like me, who's Muslim, who is a woman, a black woman, an immigrant, a refugee - and don't recognize me as an American".

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Omar made history in 2016 when she was elected the first Somali-American legislator in the USA, for which she was featured in Firsts, TIME's multimedia project on trailblazing women have broken glass ceilings in their respective fields.

Rashida Tlaib, a Palestinian American, will take over the seat vacated by former Rep. John Conyers.

And regardless of who wins in Arizona's competitive Senate race, the state will elect either Republican Martha McSally or Democrat Kyrsten Sinema as the state's first woman to serve in the chamber.

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Gillum told supporters in Wakulla that Tuesday is a choice between the "Trumpizing of America" and working together. DeSantis , after voting in Ponte Vedra Beach, told reporters: "We did as much as can be done and I'm happy".

For Tlaib, Tuesday's election marks the second time she will have made history in recent years.

"We believe that together - together we can organize around the politics of hope and make sure that not only do we have the America we believe in, but the America we deserve", Omar said at her victory party in August, according to the Star-Tribune. She was defeated in the general election in November of previous year. She spent four years of her childhood in a refugee camp in Kenya. "Yes, we marched outside the Capitol, but now we get to march into the Capitol", she wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.

MA and CT will also send black women to Congress as firsts for their states, while Arizona and Tennessee are getting their first female senators.

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Democrats took control of the lower house of Congress, but the United States president escaped a feared "blue wave" as his Republicans bolstered their Senate majority.

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