It's been almost 100 years since women were guaranteed the right to vote nationwide. And after all this time, a little less than a quarter of the legislators in our state capitals are women.
The recent victory of Cyndi Munson in her state house race in Oklahoma, making her just the 15th woman in that chamber, led us to wonder exactly what the current representation looks like across the country.
Fortunately, several organizations have churned through the data, including the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University and the National Conference of State Legislatures.
Unsurprisingly, there's a partisan component to this story: Democratic state legislators are twice as likely to be women as Republican state legislators.
Keep reading to see how this plays out state by state. There are a few surprises.