This is Geraldine Roman. She's running for public office in the Philippines. She's also the only out transgender candidate in this year's elections.
And, as polls close on Monday evening, it looks like Roman will be taking the seat.
At 94.83% of the national election returns processed, she leads with over 102,000 votes.
Roman has been a popular candidate, especially among low-income voters. Her planned policies include an expanded infrastructure and updated medical equipment at local hospitals in Bataan.
She also promised to take on the rigid gender identification laws in the Philippines.
As she campaigned, Roman positioned her election to the Philippine congress as "a statement that even transgender people can serve our country and should not be discriminated against."
Filipinos on social media are celebrating Roman's win, calling it a huge breakthrough in a country where transgender women face widespread discrimination and violence.
And many are calling it "good news" as the exit polls show who will likely be taking the presidential, vice presidential, and senatorial seats in the nation.
Roman will be serving a three-year term, the maximum in Congress, in the chamber of 300 seats.
With 99% of precincts reporting, Bataan elects Geraldine Roman to a congressional seat, making her the first trans person in the Philippine House of Representatives.