Findlay Mayor Christina Muryn was re-elected on Tuesday, earning her second full term as mayor.
Unofficial results from the Hancock County Board of Elections show Muryn handily defeating write-in challenger Jeffery Simon.
Mayor Muryn tells WFIN News that she’s incredibly grateful for the support of the citizens of Findlay and she doesn’t take the responsibility of leading the city lightly.
“I know that we’ve accomplished a lot over the last four years but we have a lot more work to do and I’m very excited to continue to lead the city of Findlay.”
Muryn was appointed mayor in February of 2019 to replace Lydia Mihalik who joined the cabinet of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine.
In May of 2019 Muryn won the Republican mayoral primary.
In November of 2019, Muryn won the general election earning her first full four-year term as mayor.