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2018 is the “Year of the Woman” — except when it comes to Republican lawmakers.

“We’re falling way short. And the Democrats are outshining us, no doubt on that,” Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) said in a recent interview for POLITICO’s Women Rule podcast.

In the midterms, 102 women were elected to Congress. Democrats elected 89 of them, while Republicans elected just 13. Capito said that while Republican women have broken through at the local level, the same hasn’t happened at the state and federal levels.

“I don’t know if there’s not enough of us to sort of mentor people through their campaigns, to get more and more,” she said. “But we’re definitely well aware of it and focusing on it.”