Democrat Edie DesMarais won a New Hampshire state house race Tuesday evening, making it the first seat to flip since President Trump was elected.
DesMarais will be the first Democrat to hold the seat in the district's history, after beating out Republican Matthew Plache for the Wolfeboro seat. The vote was 811 to 755.
The district went for Trump in the 2016 presidential election.
Meanwhile, congressional races in Georgia and Montana have been viewed as a referendum on Trump's presidency.
Montana's special election, where Democrat Rob Quist is running against Republican Greg Gianforte, will be held Thursday.
The Georgia run-off election for now-Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price's old seat between Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel is June 20.