Toby is waiting to meet/talk with you at Regional Market Today

If you’re in the area, stop by F shed at the Regional Market to meet/talk with Toby. He will be there until 1 PM today.

You’ll get to see why so many support him & want to see him as our NEXT County Exec!

Toby at Regional Market 2015-10-10

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Fairness, integrity and a plan for the County

Thirty years in the Military taught Toby many things. One of them is to not back down from a fight that is the right thing to do.

Toby in USAF uniformThis campaign may not have a million dollars but it does have the support of like minded people willing to fight for what is right. All we ask of our supporters is spread the word, tell friends, family members and co-workers about Toby Shelley. Money can only buy so many votes but fairness, integrity and a plan for the County and our taxpayers can garner many more votes.

Spread the word. PS If you would like a yard sign PM us on Facebook or email TeamToby@TobyShelley.com with your address.

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Democrat/Conservative/Reform Party Lines – Which for you?

Democratic Onondaga County Executive candidate Toby Shelley seeks fiscal responsibility

Skaneateles Journal article – Click here

Toby on Nedrow Cares 2015-07-20

“‘My message resonates with people,’ Shelley said during an interview in Skaneateles. ‘I never brought a single thing up in the sheriff’s race that I couldn’t find a way to pay for.’

Feeling that his message still resonates with county residents, Shelly is now the Democratic candidate challenging incumbent Republican County Executive Joanie Mahoney for the county’s top leader. “

Skaneateles Journal Editor Jonathan Monfiletto can be reached at jonathan.monfiletto@lee.net or (315) 283-1615″

 

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