After a months-long election season, many Tri-State races were decided by Wednesday morning.
Here are the results of the top races in the area:
Representative, 1st Congressional District - Republican Congressman Steve Chabot defeated Democrat Kate Schroder in the race for Ohio’s first district seat.
Representative, 2nd Congressional District - Republican Congressman Brad Wenstrup won a fifth term after defeating Democrat Jamie Castle for the seat.
Representative, 8th Congressional District - Republican incumbent Rep. Warren Davidson defeated Democratic challenger Vanessa Enoch.
Hamilton County Sheriff - Democrat Charmaine McGuffey defeated Republican Bruce Hoffbauer. She becomes both the first woman sheriff and the first openly gay sheriff of Hamilton County.
Hamilton County Prosecutor - Incumbent Republican prosecutor Joe Deters won against Democratic challenger and retired judge Fanon Rucker.
Hamilton County Commissioner (term begins Jan. 2, 2021) - Democrat Alicia Reece defeated Republican challenger Andy Black in a race for the seat left vacant after the death of longtime Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune.
Hamilton County Commissioner (term begins Jan. 3, 2021) - Commissioner Denise Driehaus, a Democrat, defeated Republican challenger Matthew O'Neill.
U.S. Senator, Kentucky - Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell defeated Democrat and Marine Corp. Lt. Col. Amy McGrath, winning his seventh Senate term.
Representative, 4th Congressional District - Republican Congressman Thomas Massie won a fifth term, defeating Democratic challenger Alexandra Owensby.
A constitutional amendment on Marsy's Law, written to improve rights and standing for victims or survivors of alleged criminal activity, passed with 63% of the vote.
A second constitutional amendment item to increase terms for judges and commonwealth's attorneys failed with 69% of Kentucky voters against the amendment.
Governor: Republican Governor Eric Holcomb won reelection over Democratic opponent Woody Myer.
Representative, 6th Congressional District: Republican Rep. Greg Pence, brother of Vice President Mike Pence, defeated Democrat Jeannie Lee Lake to secure his reelection.
Attorney General: Republican Todd Rokita defeated Democrat Jonathan Weinzapfel to become Indiana's next attorney general.