Indian Congressman Raja Krishnamurthy wins for the third time

The Indian Democratic MP Raja Krishnamurthy was elected to the House of Representatives, the lower house of the US Congress, for the third time in a row.

New Delhi-born, 47-year-old Krishnamurthy easily defeated the libertarian party candidate Preston Nelson. By the time they were finally announced, they had received around 71 percent of the total number of votes.

Krishnamurthy’s parents are from Tamil Nadu and he was first elected a member of the lower house of the US Parliament in 2016.

Meanwhile, Congresswoman Amy Berra is trying to reach the House of Representatives from California for the fifth time, and Ro Khanna is making the third attempt from California.

Congressman Pramila Jaipal hopes to win the election for the third time from Washington state.

Voting in California and Washington continues. The results are expected to be announced in the next few hours.

Dr. Heral Tipirneni is aiming to win for the third consecutive year from the constituency of the Sixth Congress of Arizona. At the same time, Kulkarni, who is fighting the Democratic Party in the constituency of the 22nd Congress in Texas, is fighting against the Republican candidate Troy Nehls.

Manga Anantamula, the Republican Party candidate from the Eleventh Congress constituency in Wagernia, trailed incumbent Democratic MP and candidate Gerry Connolly with around 15 percent of the vote.