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Marsico, Serratelli, Morris and McNally to vie for Dauphin County judgeships in November

Posted 5/16/17

Four candidates moved on to vie for three Dauphin County judgeships in Tuesday's primary election.

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Marsico, Serratelli, Morris and McNally to vie for Dauphin County judgeships in November

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Four candidates moved on to vie for three Dauphin County judgeships in Tuesday's primary election.

Incumbent Judge Lori K. Serratelli, District Attorney Ed Marsico, defense attorney Royce Morris of Swatara Township and Salzmann Hughes partner John J. McNally III of Lower Paxton Township won nominations Tuesday.

On the Democratic side, Serratelli (10,325 votes), Marsico (9,501) and Morris (7,817) were the top three vote-getters.

McNally was fourth with 4,672 Dauphin County Chief Deputy District Attorney Michael Rozman of Steelton had 4,382 and Cipriani & Werner partner Jeffrey T. McGuire of Lower Paxton Township has 2,623 with 162 of 162 precincts reporting across Dauphin County.

All six candidates cross-filed.

On the Republican ballot, Marisco finished with 16,134, McNally 11,775, and Morris 9,880. In fourth was Rozman at 5,981, followed by Serratelli at 5,879 and McGuire at 4,257.

There are three seats open because of the death of Bernard L. Coates Jr. and the retirements of Bruce Bratton and Todd Hoover.

Marsico, McNally and Morris were endorsed the Dauphin County Republican Committee.

Serratelli was appointed to the bench last June by Gov. Tom Wolf. She was the sole candidate endorsed by the Dauphin County Democratic Party.

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