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Plum won race to become magisterial district judge

November 04, 2009

PLEASANT HALL, Pa. -- A Hamilton Township, Pa., man won the race Tuesday to become magisterial district judge in District 39-3-03, according to complete, but unofficial results from the Franklin County (Pa.) Election Board.

David Plum, a Republican, received 1,666 votes for the position, which serves Hamilton, Letterkenny, Lurgan, Fannett and Metal townships.

The Democratic candidate, Carol Anne Redding, received 1,336 votes.

Plum, 44, told The Herald-Mail he took the Magisterial District Judge Certification Course in June 2008 and received certification through the Pennsylvania Minor Judiciary Education Board.

A U.S. Navy veteran, Plum lives in Hamilton Township and runs a storage unit business with his wife, Jenny. He graduated from Chambersburg Area Senior High School and participated in the mechanical drafting program at the Franklin County Career and Technology Center.

David Plum, Republican 1,666

Carol Anne Redding, Democrat 1,336

12 of 12 precincts

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