Antani and Fogel to face off in Ohio Senate race

State Rep. Niraj Antani, R-Miamisburg, and previous Air Force official Mark Fogel, a Democrat, each won their essential races for the Ohio Senate sixth District seat on Tuesday night, as indicated by informal sources posted on the Ohio Secretary of State’s website.

It was one of the most serious races on the voting form in Montgomery County as five people competed to replace the occupant State. Sen. Peggy Lehner, R-Kettering.

Antani had about 64% of the vote in the Republican essential at 9 p.m. also, gave an announcement expressing gratitude toward voters.

Rachel Selby, a Republican party activist supported by Lehner received nearly 23% of the vote and Gregory Alan Robinson got 12%.

Antani was supported by the Ohio Republican Party, Gov. Mike DeWine, and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted.

Republicans have spoken to the area in the Ohio House since 1985. In the Democratic essential, Fogel got 82 percent and Albert Griggs Jr. got about 18 percent.

Fogel is a Centerville occupant and previous Air Force official and military pilot who is in the Air National Guard. He is an HR director and fills in as an aide employee at the University of Dayton.

Griggs is a resigned nonmilitary personnel representative of the Air Force from Huber Heights. He ran ineffectively against Lehner for the senate seat and furthermore lost offers for Huber Heights city hall leader and the Democratic essential for the Ohio House 40th District seat in 2018.

Extra absentee polling forms that were sent in time and show up by May 8 and temporary voting forms will be counted in all races after today around evening time’s political decision.

The sixth district has most of the north, east, and south suburban zones around Dayton including Kettering, Oakwood, Centerville, Riverside, Huber Heights, Vandalia, West Carrollton, Moraine, and Clayton and nearby townships.