Image via screengrab Maxwell Alejandro Frost became the first Gen Z American to be elected to Congress for District 10.
Image via screengrab

These districts in the Sunshine Stare remain true blue. And the Sunshine State made history with a Gen Z Democratic victor!

Republicans may have won many of the races across Florida, with Sen. Marco Rubio and Gov. Ron DeSantis retaining their seats. But the predicted red wave didn’t entirely sweep the Sunshine State, as many Democratic candidates were reelected or newly elected by their constituents. So, although at this time it appears that Republicans won the House, results are still pending. Here are the Democrats who won in Florida.

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Florida House of Representatives Winners

Anna V. Eskamani, District 42

Marie Woodson, District 105 

Robin Bartleman, District 103

Kristen Arrington, District 46

David Silvers, District 89

Dan Daley, District 96

Leader-Designate Fentrice Driskell, District 67

Joe Casello, District 90

Yvonne Hayes Hinson, District 21

Kelly Skidmore, District 92

Susan Valdes, District 64

Jervonte Edmonds, District 88

Michele Rayner, District 62

Hillary Cassel, District 101

Johanna López, District 43

Gallop Franklin, District 8

Lindsay Cross, District 60

LaVon Bracy Davis, District 40

Bruce Antone, District 41

Florida Senate Winners

Tracie Davis, District 5

Geraldine Thompson, District 44

Darryl Rouson, District 19

Linda Stewart, District 13

Bobby Powell, District 30

Victor Torres, Jr., District 15

Lori Berman, District 31

Tina Polsky, District 29

Rosalind Osgood, District 33

Shevrin Jones, District 35

Lauren Book, District 32

US House Winners

Darren Soto, District 9

Kathy Castor, District 14

Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick, District 20

Lois Frankel, District 22

Jared Moskowitz, District 23

Frederica S. Wilson, District 24

Debbie Wasserman Schultz, District 25

And then there’s the candidate who made history.

First Gen-Z in the House!

Additionally, Florida had a historical first when Cuban American Maxwell Alejandro Frost became the first Gen Z American to be elected to Congress for District 10. Generation Z generally refers to those born between the late 1990s to early 2010s. 

Frost, a 25-year-old gun reform and social justice activist, is a former March for Our Lives organizer who ran in an Orlando district being relinquished by Democratic Rep. Val Demings, who ran against Sen. Marco Rubio.

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