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Close race between Dush & Corbin unfolds in District 66; Dush wins in narrow race, absentees still to be counted

May 20, 2014

BROOKVILLE — Tuesday's Jefferson County primary election saw one particular race of interest, and in the end, it proved to be as
close as many thought it would be, with Cris Dush receiving 2,508 votes (51.70 percent) for the spot on the Republican ticket for Representative in the General Assembly 66th District and Paul Corbin receiving 2,166
(44.65) votes within the county.

(Results are unofficial and were obtained through jeffersoncountypa.com, the county's website.)

Harry G. Bodenhorn also received 166 votes on the ballot.

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