Following Tuesday’s vote, two groups are on course to try and become America’s 51st state: Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico.

Both D.C. and Puerto Rico have non-voting representatives in the U.S. House, people born in both locations are U.S. citizens and have pushed for statehood in the past, but neither have a voice in the Senate. The outcome of Tuesday’s election could change that, but the chances of either becoming a state are very low.