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midterms 2018

She’s at the helm of the National Republican Congressional Committee. Here are her thoughts on 2020.

Parker Poling’s job is to win back the House

In her official rebuttal, Stacey Abrams sharply rebuked Trump — and helped define the Democratic Party

Abrams, the first African American woman to give the rebuttal, castigated the GOP over several issues

‘A shattering of the walls’: Muslim women celebrate the swearing in of Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib

The pair became the first Muslim women to be sworn in to Congress on Thursday

In Texas, 17 new judges — all part of ‘Black Girl Magic’ — are bringing diversity to the bench

The women were sworn in to the Harris County judiciary Tuesday

Arizona governor appoints Rep. Martha McSally to fill John McCain’s Senate seat

The appointment will bring the number of women serving in the Senate to a record high

As I leave Congress, I have a message for fellow Republicans: Embrace diverse perspectives

We have failed to bring our message to women and racial minorities

Non-incumbent Democratic women were the biggest winners in the midterms. Republican women? Not so much.

These graphs tell the story

After last week, only one surprising state hasn’t elected a woman to Congress

There are multiple barriers at play

Rep. Barbara Lee lost her bid for Democratic leadership. She says sexism and ageism were at work.

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries was elected Democratic Caucus chair by a mere 10 votes

In a key test of strength, House Democrats nominate Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi for speaker

She still has to overcome more than a dozen Democratic rebels in a full vote come January