Elise Stefanik Set to Become Youngest Woman Ever Elected to Congress
First-time candidate Elise Stefanik, 30, holds a double-digit lead in the race to replace retiring New York Rep. Bill Owens (D); if she wins, she will become the youngest woman elected to the U.S. House. 31-year-old Elizabeth Holtzman has held the record for 40 years since 1973. A Republican, Stefanik graduated from Harvard and was a policy director in 2012 for the Republican National Committee.
By Jordan Moses
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