SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) — Tonight we saw over 70 Indian Americans and South Asians running for office across the country. With candidates spanning the spectrum, incumbents to challengers, conservatives to progressives, young people making their first move in politics to established career politians. Here’s a recap to some of the major races:

Incumbent Ro Khanna (D) predicted to win the coveted Silicon Valley CA 17 against challenger Ritesh Tondon (R)

Rep. Ro Khanna is projected to win re-election to his seat representing California’s 17th district in the House of Representatives.

Challenger Hiral Tiperneni (D) predicted to win AZ6 against incumbent David Schweikert (R)

In the race to represent Arizona’s 6th district in the House of Representatives, votes are still being counted, but currently Hiral Tiperneni has a slight lead over her Republican opponent, David Schweikert, with the race currently at 52-48.

Incumbent Ami Bera (D) predicted to win CA 7 against challenger Buzz Patterson (R)

Returning to California, Ami Bera secures re-election to his seat representing the 7th district. He will be joining his collogue and fellow Californian, Ro Khanna in representing the state of California.

Incumbent Raja Krishnamoorthi (D) wins IL8 against challenger Preston Nelson (L)

In Illinois, incumbent representative Raja Krishnamoorthi won a handy re-election against the Libertarian party challenger, Preston Nelson. He will continue representing Illinois’s 8th district.

Leaving the House of Representatives and focusing on state legislatures, Ohio State Representative Niraj Antani (R) will moving up to the State Senate. He defeated Mark Fogel (D) by a narrow but decisive margin.

And finally, Jenifer Rajkumar won her seat in New York’s State Assembly representing the 38th district. She came into the general after fighting and winning an incredibly tight primary.