While Massachusetts elected its first-ever female senator, New Hampshire reached a more dramatic milestone, becoming the first state to elect an entirely female congressional delegation. Granite State voters restored Democrat Carol Shea-Porter to the House seat she lost in 2010 and chose Democrat Ann McLane Kuster in the state’s other House district. (The state’s US senators, Democrat Jeanne Shaheen and Republican Kelly Ayotte, weren’t up for reelection.)
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