New Mexico and Oklahoma are both making history Tuesday. The States will each elect their first female Governors.
In New Mexico Republican Susana Martinez, and Democrat Diane Denish waged a bare-knuckled campaign in which they pummeled one another with attack ads for months.
In contrast up in Oklahoma, US Representative Republican Mary Fallin, and current Lieutenant Governor and Democrat Jari Askins were in what some pundits call an election without clash.
Despite their party difference the two share many of the same political viewpoints.