CARSON CITY, Nev. (News 4 & fox 11) — Nevadans elected 22 women and 20 men to the Assembly Tuesday night.
17 of the 22 women are Democrats.
In statewide races, Kate Marshall beat opponent Michael Roberson for Lieutenant Governor.
Catherine Byrne beat incumbent Ron Knecht for State Controller.
Barbara Cegavske will remain in her position as the Secretary of State.
Three females were elected as supreme court justices: Elissa Cadish, Abbi Silver and Lidia Stiglich.
Of the seven district court seats up for election, four went to women.
The balance of men and women will remain the same in the U.S. House of Representatives for Nevada: two women and two men.
Women won both of the seats up for election with the University Board of Regents: Laura Perkins and Amy Carvalho.
The balance between men and women in the Senate will remain the same: eight women and 13 men.