The Lily, a women-focused publication from The Washington Post, announced a 2020 election series profiling six women who are likely to flip seats in party strongholds. The series will include in-depth profiles and explainers by The Lily’s Caroline Kitchener on how these women are poised to reshape the political landscape.

“In many cases, women are running for seats that have been held by the opposite party for a very long time, almost always by men,” said Neema Roshania Patel, editor of The Lily. “We want to highlight the significance of these races and provide our readers with an understanding of what that means in these states and for Congress going forward.”

The first installment published today and features Barbara Bollier, a Democrat running for the Senate in Kansas. If Bollier wins, she would flip a seat that has been held by a Republican since 1939. She would also be the first female doctor in the U.S. Senate.

The series will publish weekly until Nov. 2. To sign up for The Lily’s newsletter, visit here.