With Joe Biden set to become the 46th president on Jan. 20, a new class of elected officials took their oaths Sunday as part of the 117th Congress.

CNN noted how the freshman class of 60 has a record-setting number "of women, Black and Latino members and members who identify as LGBTQ."

The complete group is still taking shape with upcoming elections. There are two vacancies, with one in Louisiana and another in New York. There are currently 222 Democrats and 211 Republicans.

Here are five new members to get to know.

Rep.-elect Yvette Herrell, R-N.M.

Herrell, 56, is the first Republican Native American woman to ever be elected to Congress. She had served in the New Mexico House of Representatives and previously worked in real estate.

She unsuccessfully ran for the U.S. House seat in 2018, losing a tight contest to Democrat Xochitl Torres Smal. In 2020, the Trump ally defeated Torres Smal in another tight race.

Herrell earned a legal secretary diploma in Idaho from the ITT Technical Institute School of Business.

Rep.-elect Stephanie Bice, R-Ok.

Bice, 47, had been a member of the Oklahoma State Senate since 2014. She is Roman Catholic and is the first Iranian-American member of Congress.

Bice reclaimed a district that been a Republican stronghold for 40 years before Democratic Kendra Horn won in 2018.

Rep.-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga.

Greene, 46, drew headlines for her public support of QAnon, a group that peddles conspiracy theories about the government. She refused to wear a mask at her swearing-in despite the instance of House floor staff.

Greene had run unopposed in one of the country's most conservative districts.

Rep.-elect Cori Bush, D-Mo.

Bush, 44, is the first Black woman to represent Missouri in Congress. She won in a landslide over Republican Anthony Rogers after a tight primary victory over longtime Democratic incumbent Lacy Clay.

Bush had raised two children while homeless.

Rep.-elect Jamaal Bowman, D-N.Y.

Bowman, 44, is a former principal. He defeated longtime Democratic incumbent Eliot Engel and ran unopposed in the general election.

Bowman has a master's degree in counseling and a doctorate in educational leadership.

Lawmakers return to the US Capitol for a new session of Congress, with a packed agenda
Lawmakers return to the US Capitol for a new session of Congress, with a packed agenda AFP / Eric BARADAT