Incumbent Mike Turner Wins Congressional Race
Republican incumbent Mike Turner has been re-elected to the House of Representatives. This was the second time Turner faced Democrat Robert Klepinger in the race for Congress. The two were originally opponents in 2014. Independent Tom McMasters was also vying for the seat.
Turner says his top priorities include cutting government costs and increasing job growth. He has served in the House of Representatives for 13 years. Before that, he was mayor of Dayton.
The tenth district includes Montgomery, Greene, and Fayette counties.
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