The midterm election could usher in the first African-American woman to serve as governor, the first Muslim woman in Congress and the first openly bisexual senator.
Come January, more than 100 women could take seats in Congress for the first time.
“No group was more enthusiastic than Democratic women -- more than seven in 10 said they were very enthusiastic about voting,” Shepard said.
More women are running for office from the Democratic party than the Republican.
Polling experts are also predicting a record-setting number of women will show up to vote on Nov. 6.