Democrats on Tuesday flipped two seats in special state elections in Florida and New Hampshire.
In Florida, Annette Taddeo won a Miami-area state Senate seat, The Daily Beast reported.
The Miami Herald noted that the race was heavily contested due to its importance to both parties, adding that the Republican who resigned from the seat faced controversy after reportedly making racist comments.
She won in a district that Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton took in the 2016 presidential race, 58 to 40 percent.
Read more at The Hill.