The induction training for new members is a tradition that allows incoming members of Congress and those who have just received seats in Congress to learn more about their plans when they prepare to take office. A second briefing will be held later this month.
Before the official term begins, members will need to set up and organize offices, including hiring employees. They will need to learn the ropes and quickly understand how the House of Representatives works.
However, in this year’s briefing, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is imminent, but a new Congress meeting will be held soon.
Congressman-elect Ashley Hinson, a Democrat from Iowa, has said in a statement from her office on Thursday that she will miss the freshman direction in person, but will actually participate in the test Positive Covid-1
The statement said: “She feels good and is quarantining her at Marion’s home until the doctor advises her to do so.”
Singson defeated the freshman Democratic Rep. Abby Finkenauer (Abby Finkenauer) in the first district of Iowa.
According to CNN’s predictions, at least 13 non-current Republican women won the competition. This number broke the 2010 record of 9 non-current Republican women winning the House of Representatives election, according to the American Center for Women and Politics. The data.
This is a huge change compared to mid-2018, when only one new Republican woman won, Carol Miller of West Virginia.
Entering election day, the Democrats are optimistic about expanding their majority. However, at least seven Democrats have lost their seats, including a handful of freshmen who changed electoral districts in 2018 and supported President Donald Trump in 2016. At the same time, the Republicans were held in suburbs where the Democrats wanted to march.
This story has undergone other development on Thursday and has been updated.
CNN’s Daniella Diaz, Simone Pathe, Alex Rogers and Lauren Dezenski contributed to this report.