Voters on Tuesday, November, 5, went to the polls to elect candidates for dozens of municipal and judicial offices.

The county elections bureau reported 27.17% voter turnout -- 88,369 out of 325,296 of those registered voted in Tuesday's election. 

Lancaster County voters elected candidates for dozens of municipal and judicial offices in the election on Tuesday. Those offices include school board, township supervisor, borough and city council, magisterial district judge and countywide offices such as district attorney and prothonotary.

There was also a race for the state Superior Court and a statewide referendum on whether to increase the rights of crime victims. 

Click here to read the 2019 Voters' Guide. 

LNP | LancasterOnline had live coverage throughout the day, from when polls open to when results come in. 

Voters' Guide 2019: Everything you need to know about contested Lancaster County races, elections

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