Claudia Sheinbaum is set to become Mexico’s first female leader in a landslide victory, capitalizing on outgoing President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s popularity while also inheriting rampant criminal violence and a large fiscal deficit left by his government.

The former mayor of the nation’s capital and candidate for the ruling Morena party is projected to receive between 58% and 63% of the votes, according to three exit polls.

Xochitl Galvez, representing a coalition of opposition parties that had ruled the country for nearly 90 years, is estimated to obtain between 27% and 30% of the ballots.