Supervisor George Hrichak, who has served District 4 for two terms, announced he would not seek re-election earlier this year.
Wassmer collected 1,871 votes for 58.63 percent of the ballots cast in the race. Holloway garnered 1,315 votes, or 41.21 percent.
“I think now District 4 has a very strong voice that is very concerned about the future of York County and not the past,” Wassmer said.
Holloway said he was not surprised by the results but is still disappointed.
“We knew it was a long shot from the get-go. I just didn’t want [Wassmer] to run unopposed,” Holloway said. “I think everyone should have an opponent in a race. York County is not real good at transparency. I just worry that’s not going to improve. I don’t see any signs of him doing anything different than what the status quo has done.”
All election results are considered unofficial until a formal results review, which begins Wednesday, is completed and all provisional ballots are counted.
|Jeff D. Wassmer||1,871||58.63%|
|Robert S. Holloway Jr.||1,315||41.21%|
# AB – Central Absentee Precinct
|Jeff D. Wassmer||69||54.76%|
|Robert S. Holloway Jr.||56||44.44%|
401 – HARWOODS MILL
|Jeff D. Wassmer||695||55.33%|
|Robert S. Holloway Jr.||559||44.51%|
402 – DARE
|Jeff D. Wassmer||817||64.23%|
|Robert S. Holloway Jr.||454||35.69%|
403 – GRAFTON
|Jeff D. Wassmer||290||54.00%|
|Robert S. Holloway Jr.||246||45.81%|
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