Henry Wallace Sasser
Emily Jane (Powell) Sasser
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Shirley (Holt) Coulter
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Barbourville Mountain Advocate
Nov. 7, 1963, p.1
by his son
Glenn G. Sasser
State Senator Durham Howard, Pineville,
successfully fended off
J. Bryan Sasser,
Corbin, Democratic contender,
in the 17th State Senatorial District
composed of Knox, Bell and Whitley counties.
Howard's district vote was 11,616 to
Sasser's 8,147--a margin of 3,469.
Howard carried Knox County with 3,042 to
Sasser's 2,075--a margin of 967 votes.
a staunch Democrat in a Republican county, he
was the democrat patronage chairman in the
Corbin end of Knox County, KY, for several
years and was campaign chairman for several
successful democratic governors. He was
elected City Commissioner for the City of
Corbin, KY, in the early 1950s. He was a
new car dealer in Corbin from the late
1930s until he retired in 1962. He sold
Buick, Pontiac and Studebaker.
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Glenn G. Sasser
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