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Thursday, 5 November 2020

The dominance of Gujarati in American elections

The dominance of Gujarati in American elections: Neeraj Anthani, a native of Bhuj, became a senator for Trump's party in Ohio, his father was an engineer in Bhuj, and has lived in the United States since 1987.

Neeraj Anthani made history as the first Indian

The eyes of the world are on the upcoming US presidential election. The results of the Democratic and Republican senators from various states are coming ahead of the presidential election in which Trump's Republican Party has made history by becoming the first Indian-American senator to elect a young man from Bhuj.

Neeraj Antani, a native of Bhuj, has been elected as a senator from the state of Ohio. He has won the honor of becoming the sixth district senator of the state by defeating his rival Mark Fouzal of the Democratic Party. His father died. Jaiminbhai Anthani was an engineer and settled in Washington in 1987. Neeraj Anthani, who became a senator, was brought up and studied in America.

He was previously elected to the Ohio House of Representatives in 2014 at the age of 23, becoming the youngest U.S. legislator. After being elected as a senator, he thanked the voters for their confidence and called on them to work hard to get the work done in the near future.

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