GOP Women Dominate on Election Day, Add 10 to House of Representatives

Despite the left’s efforts to paint the GOP and President Donald Trump as leaders bent on subverting the dignity and rights of women in America, female representation among House Republicans increased by at least 10 in Tuesday’s election.

This isn’t good for Democrats like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York who presume to be the voice for American women and now must face the reality that their political concerns are diverse.

The Washington Examiner reported that Republicans had increased from 13 to 23 total women in the House based on races called Wednesday by The Associated Press.

These women include:
• Lauren Boebert, Colorado 3rd Congressional District
• Stephanie Bice, Oklahoma 5th
• Kat Cammack, Florida 3rd
• Michelle Fischbach, New Mexico 7th
• Yvette Herrell, New Mexico 2nd
• Ashley Hinson, Iowa 1st
• Diana Harshbarger, Tennessee 1st
• Nancy Mace, South Carolina 1st
• Lisa McClain, Mississippi 10th
• Mary Miller, Illinois 15th
• Maria Elvira Salazar, Florida 27th
• Marjorie Taylor Green, Georgia 14th

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