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Tully, Cornick to face off for Dauphin Co. judge in Nov.

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -

Republican Bill Tully and Democrat Anne Gingrich Cornick will race against each other in November to become judge in Dauphin County's Court of Common Pleas.

Attorneys Tully and Cornick ran on both the Republican and Democratic side of the ballot. First Assistant Dauphin County District Attorney Fran Chardo was also on the ballot on both sides.

Tully, who spent nine years as Dauphin County prosecutor but is now in private practice, won 54 percent of the Republican vote. Cornick, a trial lawyer, won 51 percent of the Democratic vote.

Chardo won 37 percent of the Republican vote and 25 percent of the Democratic vote.

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