Rep. Niraj Antani reelected in Ohio

MIAMISBURG- State Representative Niraj Antani (R-Miamisburg) released the following statement regarding his re-election as State Representative for House District 42 in the Ohio House of Representatives:

“I am truly grateful to the voters of my district for once again re-electing me. Representing the community in which I was born and raised is an incredible honor. I work hard every day to make it achievable for all Ohioans to have the opportunity to make their American Dream a reality. Growing up as an Indian-American has greatly influenced my life, and I will continue to proudly represent our community.”

State Representative Niraj Antani is serving his second term in the Ohio House. He represents the 42nd District, which covers most of southern Montgomery County. Having been elected age 23, now 27, he is the youngest currently serving member of the House. In addition, he is the youngest Indian American elected official in the United States. He is the second Indian-American state elected official in Ohio history, and the first Indian-American Republican. Currently. Antani serves as Vice-Chairman of the Committee on Higher Education and Workforce Development, as well as a member of the Committee on Health, Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, Committee on Aging and Long Term Care, and the Committee on Community and Family Advancement.

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