Election night will lead to some new faces in a couple of local districts for state office. 
In the 58th district that covers some of Mahoning and Columbiana counties, Incumbent Al Cutrona will serve another term in Columbus. He beat out challenger Bruce Neff.
In the 59th district  - covering a good portion of Mahoning County - they will be represented by Lauren McNally in Columbus.  Michelle Lepore Hagan the incumbent was term limited.  Here's what Lauren McNally had to say about her win.
I've got to build those relationships with all the newly elected statewide officials on both sides of the isle so we can build that bipartisan coalition that is going to get things done, that is going to get common sense legislation passed," Lauren McNally said. 
Another new face for the 64th district.  This district covers a portion of southern Trumbull County.  
Nick Santucci from Howland has won this race  replacing Mike O'Brien who was also term limited out for that office.  The race won by 1 percent was close between he and Vince Peterson who led the votes in votes for most of the night.
Santucci is well known for his work to improve our region with the  Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber, the Educational Service Center of Eastern Ohio and as a consultant, and has helped bring back millions of dollars to help better our region.
In the 65th district incumbent Mike Loychik easily won re-election over his democrat challenger to represent folks.
In the 79th district voters in Columbiana and Carroll counties overwhelming selected  Republican Monica Robb Blasdel over her Democrat opponents.
In the State Senate republican Michael Rulli easily won re-election to represent folks in Ohio's 33rd district.
He won by 66 percent of the votes over democrat challenger Bob Hagan.