“Together we showed Ohio and the country that this Congressional seat is competitive,” she said, “and the granddaughter of sharecroppers and a working class woman from the Westside of Dayton can run a powerful Congressional campaign.”
The contentious race for the 10th District seat drew back-and-forth Federal Elections Commission complaints. During the 2020 cycle, Tims raised $1.72 million and spent $1.43 million while Turner raised $1.6 million and spent $1.56 million.
The 10th District includes Montgomery, Greene and Fayette counties and leans Republican.
These results are expected to change as more ballots are counted through Nov. 18. We will continue to update these results as more ballots are counted.