Crane re-elected Callaway sheriff

Election puts three new officials in county seats

Sheriff Dennis Crane stands next to the tally of incoming votes at Brooklyn Pizza Tuesday night. Crane defeated challenging Republican Steve Anderson with almost 63 percent of the vote.

Sheriff Dennis Crane stands next to the tally of incoming votes at Brooklyn Pizza Tuesday night. Crane defeated challenging Republican Steve Anderson with almost 63 percent of the vote. Photo by Dean Asher.

Callaway County voters Tuesday proved they feel confident in leadership at the sheriff’s office. Democrat incumbent Dennis Crane secured an 11,166 - 6,563 win over Republican challenger Steve Anderson.

Republican Randall L. Kleindienst is the newly elected Eastern District county commissioner, defeating Democrat Bryant Liddle, 4,865-3,263.

Republican challenger and local businessman Jody Paschal has taken the Callaway assessor seat. Paschal defeated incumbent Democrat Dan Roe, 6,595-5,103.

Republican Debbie Zerr was elected as the new Callaway treasurer, defeating Democrat Timothy C. Brady, 10,302-7,115.

In a close race, incumbent Karen Digh Allen defeated challenging Republican Kitty Zeugin by a margin of just more than 400 votes for the county’s public administrator seat.

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See also: Area General Election Results for Nov. 6, 2012

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