Danica Roem, center, a Democrat who ran for Virginia’s House of Delegates against GOP incumbent Robert Marshall, is greeted by supporters as she prepares to give her victory speech Tuesday night. Roem, a former journalist. will be the first openly transgender person elected and seated in a state legislature in the United States.
Danica Roem, center, a Democrat who ran for Virginia’s House of Delegates against GOP incumbent Robert Marshall, is greeted by supporters as she prepares to give her victory speech Tuesday night. Roem, a former journalist. will be the first openly transgender person elected and seated in a state legislature in the United States. Jahi Chikwendiu Washington Post/AP
Danica Roem, center, a Democrat who ran for Virginia’s House of Delegates against GOP incumbent Robert Marshall, is greeted by supporters as she prepares to give her victory speech Tuesday night. Roem, a former journalist. will be the first openly transgender person elected and seated in a state legislature in the United States. Jahi Chikwendiu Washington Post/AP

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