House Republicans won’t dramatically increase the number of women in their chamber next year, but a handful of likely freshmen could help the GOP as they struggle to reach out to female and minority voters.
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Among them, Mia Love of Utah, who is poised to become the first black Republican woman elected to Congress, and Elise Stefanik, a self-described “millennial” who at 30 is slated to become the youngest woman ever to serve in either chamber.

Retired Air Force Col. Martha McSally, the first U.S. female pilot to fly in combat, is facing stiff headwinds in her race against Rep. Ron Barber (D-Ariz.), but she too could join the freshman class if Republicans keep up the momentum.