If it was a 'war on women' - guess who won the battle?
"Binders full of women," got out to vote on Tuesday and 55 percent of them went for President Obama.
New Hampshire made history on Tuesday by electing an all-female delegation.
Wisconsin made history on Tuesday by electing Tammy Baldwin, the first openly-gay female to the U.S. Senate.
Todd Akin, the U.S. Senate candidate in Missouri and Richard Mourdock, the Indiana Senate candidate, both made explosive comments about rape and abortion during the campaign.
Both were defeated on Tuesday.
Closer to home, Tea Party bomb-thrower Joe Walsh who insisted that there was no instance when an abortion was necessary to save the life of a woman lost by 10 percentage points.
Walsh had proudly told Sandra Fluke to "go get a job" instead of asking the government to pay for women's contraception.
It was Fluke's testimony before congress earlier this year that launched the narrative of the Republicans so-called 'war on women.' After Fluke testified, conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh called her a "slut."
Democrats turned that around at their convention this summer, inviting Fluke to talk. "Sluts vote," was among the most popular buttons sold in Charlotte, N.C.