Women running for governor in New Jersey have won their party’s nomination each of the last four times they have appeared on the primary ballot since 1993.
Missouri may be the most likely state to host the 17th U.S. Senate race between two female major party nominees next cycle.
Only one Republican woman will have served longer in the chamber than the Florida congresswoman at the end of this term.
Only 2 of the 43 men and women to serve in Congress from Wyoming have subsequently been elected governor; none have even landed on the primary ballot in more than 65 years.
However, nearly one in six governors of the Palmetto State did not finish their term.
No sitting member of the U.S. House from South Dakota has ever appeared on a gubernatorial primary or general election ballot; just two ex-U.S. Representatives ever ran for the office.
Up to 11 women could run for reelection to the chamber in two years; the chamber’s all-time record is just six.
Price could become the first female U.S. Representative to succeed her husband in a special election under circumstances other than his death.
Midwestern states account for 40 percent of the cumulative female lieutenant gubernatorial service in U.S. history along with the three longest current streaks (Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin).
Only one female governor in history was the daughter of a governor and only a few others had parents serve at any level of elected office.