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April 2010 St. Robert election results
SAINT ROBERT, Mo. (April 7, 2010) — While most city races in St. Robert were uncontested, candidate Charles Slider scored an upset victory over incumbent Ralph Cook in St. Robert’s first ward by a margin of 42 to 32. In the only other contested race for that city, incumbent St. Robert Municipal Judge Thomas Julian easily defeated two opponents, Gerald Marker and Kenneth Hawley, with 101 votes compared to 20 for Marker and 28 for Hawley.

 
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St. Robert Ward I Alderman
 
 
   Ralph Cook (inc.)
0
32
32
   Charles V. Slider
1
41
42
St. Robert Ward II Alderman: Ed Spotts (inc.)
2
17
19
St. Robert Ward III Alderman: Todd Williams (inc.)
2
25
27
St. Robert Ward IV Alderman: William Urena (inc.)
1
27
28
St. Robert Municipal Judge
 
 
 
   Thomas M. Julian, Sr. (inc.)
6
95
101
   Gerald R. Marker
0
20
20
   Kenneth E. Hawley
0
28
28

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