Kane stressed her legal background and cast herself as a political outsider an image easier to sell in the primary campaign financed mostly by her husband than in the fall campaign in which she relied on organized labor, trial lawyers and other special interests.
Kane spent more than $2 million in the primary and reported post-primary contributions totaling nearly $3 million through Oct. 22, while Freed reported raising more than $2 million.
Incumbent Attorney General Linda Kelly, whom Corbett appointed in 2011 to complete the unfinished portion of his term as attorney general, agreed did not seek a full term.
DePasquale, 41, defeated fellow state Rep. John Maher, R-Allegheny, in the three-way race for auditor general the state's independent fiscal watchdog. DePasquale won 50 percent, while Maher won 46 percent and Libertarian Betsy Summers of Wilkes-Barre attracted 4 percent. Maher was re-elected to his House seat Tuesday without opposition.
DePasquale earned a law degree while serving as a deputy secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection in the Rendell administration. He said his executive and legislative experience qualified him for the job.
Maher touted his credentials as the only certified public accountant in the race.
In his re-election as treasurer, McCord defeated Republican Diana Irey Vaughan, a county commissioner from western Pennsylvania, with 53 percent of the vote. Vaughan won 43 percent and Libertarian Patricia Fryman won 3 percent.
McCord, 53, a former venture capitalist who lives in suburban Philadelphia, was elected in 2008 in his first campaign.