Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith showed her true colors when she said she would attend a public lynching.
The U.S. senator-elect from Arizona also paid tribute to a predecessor, the late John McCain.
Sinema will also be the first woman to represent Arizona in the upper chamber.
Sara Burlingame, the director of the statewide LGBTQ group, won over voters in her Cheyenne-area district.
It looks as though the Arizona Democrat will be the country's first out bisexual politician in the U.S. Senate.
Rohrabacher's long history of voting against LGBTQ rights has come to an end.
Brianna Titone pulled ahead of her Republican challenger in the race for Colorado's House District 27.