"I'm a little disillusioned in the general public that we had such a low turnout of Republicans voting on such an important position in this county," Karst said late Tuesday night. "When I talked to elections officials at about 6:30 p.m., they said they were seeing an incredibly poor turnout. It scares the hell out of me."
Gabor said he will continue to reach out to as many voters as he can and emphasize his experience.
"My Democratic opponent also is a very good lawyer, but he is very young," Gabor said, adding that he believes Aumell has only six years' experience under his belt.
Finocchiaro said he appreciates the support of all those who had faith in him and who worked so hard for his campaign.
"They have begged me to continue," Finocchiaro said, but explaining he needs to get back to his practice. "I wish the two of them the best of luck."
St. Leger said the win gives Gabor additional support for the remainder of his campaign.
"[The party] will be able to devote more time and effort between now and Election Day," St. Leger said. "He will be prominently featured on the Republican line of the ballot. I'm thrilled."