Two years after the Democrats took back the House, these women have their eyes set on the Senate.
In 2018, Democrats delivered a blue wave, taking control of the House of Representatives in a rebuke to President Trump's win two years earlier. Now, in 2020, eyes are on the U.S. Senate, where Democrats would either need a net gain of four Senate seats or three Senate seats plus the presidency in order to have a majority. (In the Senate, the vice president casts any tie-breaking votes.) While defending already-blue seats is essential for the party, they're also looking to potentially flip Republican seats come November.
Below, a look at the Democratic women running for Republican-held Senate seats this year, plus how the races are looking so far.