The 2018 cycle ties a state record set in six previous cycles with two women receiving major party nominations to the nation’s lower legislative chamber.
Scott Wagner’s 7-point win ranks as the fifth closest race in the GOP race for governor during the direct primary era.
Women candidates for the court have won 15 of 19 elections overall, with three defeats coming against other women.
The Badger State would also break a tie with Oregon for the state with the highest percentage of women supreme court justices.
There is a good chance as many as six states could have two female major party nominees for the office – doubling the previous record for an election cycle.
Six women under 40 are currently seeking major party gubernatorial nominations this year.
After Tina Smith is sworn in, four states will have all-female U.S. Senate delegations.
Only one sitting or former state attorney general has been elected to the U.S. Senate in Illinois history – and none in nearly 200 years.
The Nevada lawmaker hopes to become the first female freshman U.S. Representative to win a Senate seat.
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.