Wes Moore becomes Maryland’s first Black governor | USA TODAY

Oprah Winfrey, Chelsea Clinton and others joined Wes Moore as he was sworn in as Maryland's first Black governor.

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The midterms saw a number of firsts nationwide, including Maryland’s first Black governor, Wes Moore, and Florida Rep.-elect Maxwell Frost, the first Gen-Z member of Congress. LGBTQ candidates made history as well, with a record number of victories – over 400 – for members of the community seeking public office.

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