Emily’s List works to get pro-choice Democratic women elected. The group specializes in raising small-dollar contributions from individuals and pools it together to pass along to campaigns they support. Their affiliated super PAC Women Vote! has spent more than $23 million on ad buys and other get out the vote initiatives in the general election.

Emily’s List backed 11 candidates in the general election. Three won, six lst and two races are still to be determined. Here’s how the Senate candidates fared:

  • Katie McGinty (Pa.), running to replace Patrick J. Toomey: lose
  • Deborah Ross (N.C.), running to replace Richard Burr: lose
  • Catherine Cortez Masto (Nev.), running to replace Harry Reid: win
  • Maggie Hassan (N.H.), running to replace Kelly Ayotte: to be determined

And in the House:

  • Monica Vernon (Iowa), running to replace Rod Blum: lose
  • Pramila Jayapal (Wash.), running to replace Jim McDermott: win
  • Jacklyn Rosen (Nev.), running to replace Joseph J. Heck: win
  • Anna Throne-Holst (N.Y.), running to replace Lee Zeldin: lose
  • LuAnn Bennett (Va.), running to replace Barbara Comstock: lose
  • Zephyr Teachout (N.Y.), running to replace Christopher P. Gibson: lose
  • Nanette Barragan (Calif.), running to replace Janice Hahn: to be determined