New Hampshire’s election of the first all-female congressional delegation was the most dramatic example of a phenomenon that swept the country Tuesday, as women voters flexed their muscle in the presidential race and female candidates earned a record number of seats in the US Senate and House of Representatives. The results tick off like a Guinness World Book of electoral feats: Eleven women claimed US Senate seats, five of them newcomers, bringing their number to a record 20.
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