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April 2010 Crocker election results
CROCKER, Mo. (April 7, 2010) — Crocker residents delivered upset victories to two different challengers on Tuesday when they unseated incumbent Ward II Alderman Charles Stroburg and Crocker R-II School Board President Don Mayhew. Both of the victors are newcomers to elected office.

Denise York, a billing clerk for Lake Ozark Home Health, unsesated Stroburg who had been serving his third two-year term on the city council, and did so by more than a two-to-one margin. York earned 78 votes compared to 22 votes for the incumbent.
 
All four school board candidates except Mark Sasfy, a retired Marine who moved to Crocker only five years ago, are Crocker High School graduates and most had lived in Crocker all of their lives. However, Sasfy won with 221 votes and joined incumbent board member Kris York, whose family owns a local electric company and received 285 votes, on the school board for which two positions were open this year. That edged out board president Donald B. Mayhew, who was elected three years ago on a campaign to improve Crocker’s academic performance and public openness, who received 217 votes. Kelly Newcomb, who works as a part-time bookkeeper for family-owned Newcomb Hardware, came in last with 170 votes.

 
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Crocker R-II School District (2 elected)
 
 
 
 
 
   Mark Sasfy
4
217
221
   Kris York (inc.)
14
271
285
   Donald D. Mayhew (inc.)
8
209
217
   Kelly Newcomb
11
159
170
Crocker Ward I Alderman
 
 
 
   Jeff Curry (inc.)
3
63
66
Crocker Ward II Alderman
 
 
 
   Charles Stroburg (inc.)
1
21
22
   Denise York
3
75
78

 
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