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Corning Part-time Judge Announces His Plans to Run for Full-time Judge in 2015

CORNING, N.Y. (WETM-18) – Current Part-time Judge for the city of Corning, Robert Cole, announced Wednesday his plan to run for the Full-time Elected City Court Judge for 2015.
CORNING, N.Y. (WETM-18) – Current Part-time Judge for the city of Corning, Robert Cole, announced Wednesday his plan to run for the Full-time Elected City Court Judge for 2015.

This comes after the current City Court Judge, David Kahl, announced his retirement from the position on April 30th. Cole will serve as the city judge for the rest of the year, however an election will be held in November for the position. Mayor Negril will appoint a part-time judge to cover Cole’s position in the mean time.

Robert Cole said, "I am eager, I am willing, I am ready, to campaign and work in the office for the good of the city."

Although Cole announced his plans Wednesday to run for the position, he will need to gain a certain amount of signatures on a petition to get his name on the ballot. There has yet to be an official announcement from any other opponents. However, Mathew McCarthy, the Assistant District Attorney with the Steuben County District Attorney’s office, is another potential candidate some are looking to.

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