Republican House candidate Elise StefanikElise Marie StefanikGovernors take heat for violating their own coronavirus restrictions Cuomo reverses on in-person Thanksgiving plans with family Women of both parties must seize the momentum MORE became the youngest woman ever elected to Congress on Tuesday when she won election in New York's 21st District.
Stefanik, 30, defeated Democratic challenger Aaron Woolf and Green Party challenger Matthew Funiciello. The Associated Press called the race in her favor with 68 percent of precincts reporting and Stefanik winning 55.9 percent of the vote compared to Woolf's 32.4 percent.
Stefanik had previously worked on former GOP presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty's 2012 campaign. She's a Harvard graduate.
Democrat Bill Owens, who is retiring, currently holds the seat.