A record 34 new women won House seats on Tuesday, beating a previous high set in 1992, according to election results as of 7 p.m. Eastern on Thursday.

Debbie Mucarsel-Powell

Fla. 26

Xochitl Torres Small

N.M. 2

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

N.Y. 14

Lizzie Pannill Fletcher

Tex. 7

Tuesday’s election saw the biggest jump in the number of new women voted into the House, since 1992’s so-called Year of the Woman. The number of female incumbent winners is less than in the last two elections.

Women who won House races

2018

34

1992

24

New members

2018

66

Incumbents who

were re-elected

1992

23

2018

34

1992

24

2018

66

Incumbents

who were

re-elected

1992

23

Some of the new women elected to the House made history on Tuesday. They will be …

Ilhan Omar

Minn. 5

… one of the first two Muslim-American congresswomen.

Rashida Tlaib

Mich. 13

... one of the first two Muslim-American congresswomen.

Deb Haaland

N.M. 1

… one of the first two Native American congresswomen.

Sharice Davids

Kan. 3

... one of the first two Native American congresswomen.

Veronica Escobar

Tex. 16

... one of the first two Hispanic congresswomen from Texas.

Sylvia Garcia

Tex. 29

... one of the first two Hispanic congresswomen from Texas.

Ayanna Pressley

Mass. 7

... the first black congresswoman from Massachusetts.

Jahana Hayes

Conn. 5

... the first black congresswoman from Connecticut.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

N.Y. 14

... the youngest woman elected to Congress.

Gains in the House were not matched in the Senate, though Marsha Blackburn, a Republican, became the first Tennessee woman elected to the Senate. In governors’ mansions, two women — Janet Mills in Maine, a Democrat, and Kristi Noem in South Dakota, a Republican — were elected to be their states’ first female executives.

New House members Democrat Republican

Incumbents

Hawaii

Tex.

Ariz.

N.M.

Utah

Nev.

Okla.

Ark.

La.

Miss.

Ala.

Tenn.

Ga.

S.C.

Fla.

N.C.

Va.

Del.

Md.

W.Va.

Ky.

N.J.

Conn.

R.I.

Mass.

Me.

N.H.

Vt.

N.Y.

Pa.

Ohio

Ind.

Mich.

Wis.

Ill.

Iowa

Mo.

Kan.

Neb.

Colo.

S.D.

N.D.

Minn.

Mont.

Wyo.

Idaho

Ore.

Wash.

Calif.

Alaska