Democrat Forrest Stevens defeated Republican Martin Harley on Tuesday in a runoff election to determine who would serve the remaining three years of a four-year magisterial term.
Harley, the incumbent in the 2nd District, was appointed by Gov. Ernie Fletcher to replace Democrat Hubert Shields, who resigned last spring.
Stevens, who was elected by about a 10-percent margin, credited his victory to a lot of hard work on the campaign trail.
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