Several India-Americans make it to US state legislatures

In the recent US midterm elections, several Indian-Americans managed to win their respective seats, with South Carolina governor Nikki Haley and California attorney general Kamala Harris leading the list by getting elected for a second consecutive time. In Colorado Republican Janak Joshi won from the House 16 District, and Republican Niraj Antani, 24, became the youngest Ohio state legislature. He is currently a law student at the University of Dayton. Retired physician Prasad Srinivasan was elected unopposed on a Republican ticket from Connecticut House 31 District, and Democrat Sam Singh was re-elected to Michigan House 69 District. In Maryland, House Majority leader Kumar Bharve and Aruna Miller won their respective seats. In Washington State, Democrat Pramila Jayapal was elected to the state Senate seat. Other confirmations are still to be announced.