Pa. Elects First Woman Democrat Attorney General
Pennsylvania voters elected their first woman Democrat to be the state's top cop on Tuesday.
- First woman AG
- First Democrat AG
She defeated Republican David Freed 56 to 41 percent in unofficial results from Tuesday's voting.
Kane won the support of Lehigh Valley voters on her way to statewide success:
- Kane: 74,854
- Freed: 55,440
- Kane: 66,772
- Freed: 52,675
Kane, 46, is a former Lackawanna County prosecutor who will now oversee an office with a staff of about 700 and subject to legislative battles over a budget that now stands at $81 million, according to a Philly.com report.
Kane had a slight fundraising edge in the race.
Both candidates pledged a review of the Jerry Sandusky child rape case.