– Advertisement – Election night victories by Representative Deb Haaland, Democrat of New Mexico, in the state’s First District, Yvette Herrell, a Republican, in its Second District, and Teresa Leger Fernandez, a Democrat, in its Third District, mean that New Mexico’s entire House delegation will be made up of women of color. In the Senate Cori Bush, a progressive who toppled a member of the Democratic Party establishment during her primary, cruised to victory over Anthony Rogers, a Republican, and became the first Black woman elected to represent Missouri in Congress. “To the Black women, the Black girls, the nurses, the essential workers, the single mothers — this is our moment,” Ms. Bush said in her victory speech.Ritchie Torres, a Democrat who is Afro-Latino, swept aside his Republican opponent and became the first openly gay Black man elected to Congress. He will replace Representative José Serrano in New York’s 15th Congressional District. (Mondaire Jones, another Democrat who is also Black and gay, is ahead in his race to fill the seat in New York’s 17th Congressional District that is being vacated by Representative Nita Lowey.) “I am hopeful that there’s a young person desperately in need of that message, who, just before going to bed, looked online and saw this result,” Ms. McBride said. “For that person, they know that change is possible and things can get better.” – Advertisement – – Advertisement – The 2020 election saw a diverse set of candidates in races across the country, even though the presidential contest was between two septuagenarian white men. Votes are still being tallied, but barrier-breaking candidates have notched victories in some of the races that have been called.Here are some of the winners who have made history.In the House of Representatives Cynthia Lummis, a Republican former congresswoman, will become the first woman to serve in the Senate from Wyoming. She cruised to victory in the race to succeed Senator Michael B. Enzi, who is retiring.In Statehouses
THE final round robin stage of the Corona Invitational tournament, organised by Petra will take place this evening at the GFC ground, Bourda.In the first of the matches, Santos FC will come face-to-face with East Veldt FC from 17:00hrs with GFC and Beacons playing game two and Western Tigers taking on Police in game three.In the most recent round of matches on Friday, Camptown FC was the winner in their match against Black Pearl.The Campbellville side started the scoring as early as the third minute through Okeri Codrington with Ozelea Small adding the second in the 27thGame two finished with the same margin as Northern Rangers slammed Flamingo.Stephon Reynalds and Sunil Logan were the destroyers for Northern Rangers as they scored in the 5th and 29th minutes respectively, with the Flamingo side having no answers.Game three was a goal-less draw between Riddim Squad and Pele.
The feature race at Cheltenham is the Queen Mother Champion Chase as 2013 winner “Sprinter Sacre” looks to regain his title in a field that also includes last year’s winner “Sire De Grugy”.That Grade One contest over two miles will go to post at 3:30.The action gets underway at half-past one.
WHITE SOX AT DODGERSWhen: Today, 7 p.m.Where: Dodger StadiumTV: SportsNet LA WHITE SOX LHP CARLOS RODON (1-4, 4.24)vs. Dodgers: 0-1, 12.27Hates to face: Corey Seager/Chris Taylor, 2 for 3, HRLoves to face: Austin Barnes/Cody Bellinger, 0 for 2 THE PITCHERSDODGERS RHP YU DARVISH (8-9, 3.81)vs. White Sox: 1-1, 5.12Hates to face: N/ALoves to face: Avisail Garcia, 0 for 2 Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error