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Stephanie Crider is the current Clerk-Treasurer for the Town of McCordsville. Stephanie has worked for the town for 4 years. First as Utility Clerk then as the utility supervisor. Through her hard work and dedication Stephanie was appointed to the position by the Republican McCordsville Precinct Committeemen. Stephanie’s prior experience as Utility Billing Supervisor has given her a firm knowledge of the Town’s finances. During the Pandemic, she developed a payment plan for those struggling to pay their utility bills. This payment plan gave relief to many McCordsville Residents.

During her limited free time, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her four kids and her husband Grant. Stephanie is a 2004 graduate of Purdue University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality and Tourism.

About Me!

Stephanie Crider is the current Clerk-Treasurer for the Town of McCordsville. Stephanie has worked for the town for 4 years. First as Utility Clerk then as the utility supervisor. Through her hard work and dedication Stephanie was elected to the position by the Republican McCordsville Precinct Committeemen. Stephanie’s prior experience as Utility Billing Superintendent has given her a firm knowledge of the Town’s finances. During the Pandemic, she developed a payment plan for those struggling to pay their utility bills. This payment plan gave relief to many McCordsville Residents.

During her limited free time, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her four kids and her husband Grant. Stephanie is a 2004 graduate of Purdue University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality and Tourism.

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Stephanie Crider

My name is Stephanie Crider and I am the current Clerk -Treasurer for McCordsville. I was elected to this position by the Republican McCordsville Precinct Committeemen following the resignation of the elected Clerk-Treasurer last winter. I am running as an Independent in this year’s November General election. 

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Crider is the daughter-in-law of McCordsville Clerk-Treasure Public Works Commissioner Ron Crider. Along with town utilities, she also brings six years of experience as the general manager of a restaurant.

“I’m not too concerned about anything with the job,” she said of the clerk-treasurer position. “I’m sure there’s going to be a learning curve, but I’m welcoming the challenge.”

Hancock County Republican Party precinct committeemen representing McCordsville Clerk-Treasure voted in the caucus. Janice Silvey, who chairs the county GOP, said Megan Brewer also sought the town clerk-treasurer position and that Crider won four votes to two.

Crider was selected to complete the rest of Starcher’s term, which finishes at the end of the year. The position will be on the 2023 primary and general election ballots, and Crider said she plans to run.

A state law passed by the Indiana General Assembly last year says candidates can only run in a primary as a Republican or Democrat if they voted in that same party’s primary in the last two primaries in which they voted. Crider does not meet that requirement.

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The county’s Republican Party challenged several candidates last year based on the new law, but withdrew many of those challenges after the Hancock County Election Board voted to uphold one of the candidacies. The party was successful with one challenge, however, before the Indiana Election Commission.

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