A Generation Z elected to Congress in the USA: Maxwell Alejandro Frost
Maxwell Alejandro Frost, who represents the Democrats in the midterm elections held every two years in the USA, became the first member of Generation Z to be elected to Congress.
In the midterm elections held in November every two years in the USA, the vote counting process is almost complete. With 98 percent of Florida's votes counted for the U.S. House of Representatives, a Gen Z man entered Congress for the first time. Maxwell Alejandro Frost, 25, representing Democrats, was elected to Congress.
Frost, 25, posted on social media, “We won! We made history tonight. We made history for Florida residents, Generation Z, and anyone who believes we deserve a better future.”
Focusing on gun violence, climate change, the right to abortion and broader health care in her election campaign, Frost was also an activist in the March for Our Lives, which demanded that gun sales be restricted..