Friday, January 12, 2018

District 5 Supervisor, Brian Oneto, Announces Candidacy for Re-election

Brian Oneto, lifelong resident and local rancher, has announced he is seeking re-election to the Amador County Board of Supervisors,District 5.

     "I am once again humbled by the out-pouring of encouragement to run for re-election by so many of my constituents" said Supervisor Oneto. "It is an honor to represent my neighbors and community as I work to preserve our way of life in District 5 specifically, and all of Amador County, generally.  I am committed to continue to use my common-sense leadership and passion for the people of our rural communities in helping to guide Amador County." 

     "I have dedicated myself as District 5 Supervisor to addressing the hard issues that have faced Amador County. From defending Amador’s waterways from groups seeking restrictions on their use to protecting your tax dollars and your property rights.  I've worked hard to limit governmental regulations, supported our emergency services and successfully obtained federal and state monies for our roads and infrastructure.  In a time of unprecedented national debt, I have employed conservative principles in keeping Amador County’s budget solvent.  I have always been available to listen, am approachable, fair, and will work on behalf of all my constituents."

     Born and raised in Amador County, Brian Oneto is the owner/operator of Oneto Ranch in Drytown.  "For more than 160 years my family has worked the land in Amador County - it is our home." 

     "Promoting Amador's rural heritage, historic towns, small businesses and wine country are vital for our economy and the prosperity of future generations," said Oneto.   

     You are encouraged to call Brian personally at 245-6221 if you wish to share your concerns, ask questions, or volunteer with his campaign or visit www.VoteOneto.com

 Paid for by Oneto for Supervisor 2018  ID#1281735




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