Overall, 43 percent of LGBTQ candidates who made it to the general election won their races.
Gay candidates won 41.5 percent of their races, and queer-identified candidates won 40 precent.
Annise Parker, LGBTQ Victory FundCisgender men made up the largest proportion of LGBTQ candidates.
Breaking this down further, Black LGBTQ candidates won nearly 40 percent of their races and Latinx candidates won 54 percent.
Kim Jackson Cindy M. Brown / Kim Jackson CampaignMore than 57 percent of the Native American and Alaska Native LGBTQ candidates won their elections, and one out of two Arab American or Middle Eastern LGBTQ candidates emerged victorious.