Segal McCambridge Attorney Robert P. Coleman Wins Primary Election for Seat on Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Bench

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May 20, 2009

May 20, 2009 – Segal McCambridge attorney Robert P. Coleman has won the primary election for a seat as a judge on the Philadelphia Common Pleas Court in a vote held Tuesday, May 19, 2009. Mr. Coleman was the top vote-getter in a field of 22 candidates vying for seven positions on the Democratic ballot in the November general election.

According to figures reported today by the Philadelphia Inquirer, with 95% of precincts reporting, Mr. Coleman leads the field with 44,937 votes, nearly 7,000 more votes than the second-place finisher, making him the only candidate with a double-digit percentage of the total vote.

The firm joins in congratulating Bob on his accomplishment.