posted at 05:51
Author: Colin Daileda
The 10 most interesting new members of Congress
Democratic Rep.-elect Bonnie Watson Coleman will represent New Jersey's 12th congressional district, and she'll be the Garden State's first black woman in Congress. Democratic Rep.-elect Debbie Dingell is taking over Michigan's 12th congressional district from her husband, Rep. John Dingell, who is retiring. Stefanik, who will represent New York's 21st congressional district, began her campaign after working for former President George W. Bush's White House and serving as a debate coach for former vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan. Rep.-elect Mia Love will represent Utah's 4th congressional district. Republican Rep.-elect Mimi Walters is the rare political candidate who, after she won California's 45th congressional district, handed out $250,000 in campaign funds to other candidates and causes that she could have used herself. Now, she will try to do the same on the national stage as the representative of California's 35th congressional district. Now he will represent Arizona's 7th congressional district, which is heavily Hispanic. "Captain America" is going to Washington, D.C. Democratic Rep.-elect Seth Moulton, who will represent Massachusetts' 6th congressional district, was given his superhero nickname by a writer for Esquire after a reporter for The Boston Globe found that Moulton had earned two medals for valor during his service with the Marines during the Iraq War - a fact that Moulton had not broadcasted on the campaign trail.

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