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Tuesday's elections brought a slate of diverse candidates into office

Racial minorities and LGBTQ candidates picked up historic wins in races across the country Tuesday. They included two openly transgender politicians, African-Americans who prevailed in several mayoral races and the first Sikh mayor in New Jersey.

- A transgender woman, Latinas and an Asian-American win in Virginia

Danica Roem became the first openly transgender person to

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