After months of campaigning, Republican incumbent Dan Truitt defeated Democratic challenger Bret Binder in the battle to represent the 156th district in the Pennsylvania house of representatives.
According to the unofficial results late Tuesday night, Truitt earned 52 percent of the vote to Binder's 48 percent.
In terms of votes, Truitt received 16,493 votes to Binder's 15,276.
Throughout the campaign, both candidates ran on a platform of education and the economy.
Truitt won the election by carrying West Goshen, East Goshen and parts of East Bradford Township.
Binder carried the overwhelmingly Democratic voting West Chester Borough.