Karoline Leavitt : Former aide of Trump wins New Hampshire 1st Congressional district 

New Hampshire's first congressional district has elected Karoline Leavitt as the Republican candidate.

As the first Republican to win a House primary from Generation Z, Leavitt is the only member of Generation Z to do so.

New Hampshire's 1st Congressional District Republican primary has been won by former Trump press staffer Karoline Leavitt, according to the Associated Press.

Her political career began in the Trump White House, where she is a native of Rockingham County.

She was hired as a presidential writer by the White House communications office after graduating from St. Anselm College in 2019.

Kayleigh McEnany appointed her assistant press secretary after she became a junior press secretary.

It is only the second time a member of Generation Z has won a House primary and the first time a Republican has done so.

It will be the first midterm season where Gen Zers of the oldest generation can run for the U.S. House of Representatives, which requires a minimum age of 25.

VICTORY! We were outspent, but we were NOT outworked. Thank you to the people of my home district for believing in me! I am humbled by the outpouring of support and honored to be your #NH01 Republican Nominee. Tonight, we celebrate. Tomorrow, the work continues.

Karoline Leavitt's Tweet after win