Washington (CNN) – For the first time in political history, an all-female delegation will serve in the U.S. Congress.
New Hampshire's two House seats went to Democrats Ann McLane Kuster and former Rep. Carol Shea-Porter.
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Republican Kelly Ayotte and Democrat Jeanne Shaheen already serve in the Senate.
Meanwhile, Democrat Maggie Hassan won the state's governor's race against Republican challenger Ovide Lamontagne.
With the two female House victories, New Hampshire voters sent both of its Republican male congressmen packing.
Interestingly, both congressional races were re-matches of 2010 House match-ups.
Incumbent Rep. Charlie Bass lost to Kuster, whom he had defeated two years ago. Analysts thought Bass would hang on from name recognition, but Kuster proved the better fundraiser. Her campaign of "frugal Yankee values" includes running the family cars past 200,000 miles. Next road trip, Washington.
New Hampshire's other Republican congressman also lost. Rep. Frank Guinta had beaten Shea-Porter in 2010.