Antani thanked voters for entrusting him with “this sacred honor, to be their voice at the Statehouse.”
“As state senator, I will work hard every day so all Ohioans can have the opportunity to achieve their American Dream,” he said.
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.
Antani replaces outgoing state Sen. Peggy Lehner in the Ohio Senate 6th District seat, which covers about two-thirds of Montgomery County, including Kettering, Huber Heights, Riverside, Centerville, Miamisburg, Miami Twp., Washington Twp., West Carrollton, Oakwood, Germantown and part of Dayton.
Held by Republicans since 1985, the seat is being vacated by Lehner, who is facing term limits. The position pays $60,584 a year. The term is four years and members can serve two consecutive four-year terms.