First of all, a BIG thank you to all Conservatives who voted in Thursday’s primary! Our success was all because of you & those who worked so hard to make this happen.
Toby will fight just as hard for you, the taxpayers and citizens of Onondaga County, for Fairness, Transparency, and Accountability in county government as he has fought political machines at every step just to get on the ballot.

Now he is on 3 (yes, THREE!) party lines! This could not have happened without your support, your petition signatures, and your votes.

With a successful Conservative primary behind us and THREE party lines, we are ramping up even faster now to make Election Day successful for Toby & for Onondaga County.
We have two fundraisers scheduled  for the week of September 20. If you believe in fairness, transparency, and accountability we need your support. If you haven’t met or talked with Toby yet, these are great places to “meet & greet” him and some of his supporters.

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Toby Shelley defeats Joanie Mahoney-backed candidate in Conservative primary

“Democrat Toby Shelley today won a Conservative Party primary for Onondaga County executive, defeating the candidate supported by county executive Joanie Mahoney.
Shelley got 366 votes. Oscar Peterson got 136, according to unofficial results.
Shelley will face Mahoney, a Republican, in the Nov. 3 general election.
Shelley, a retired sergeant’s sheriff, is also on the Democratic line. But he lost support from the party this summer after leaders objected to a comment he made in ‘The New Times’ about racial profiling.
Mahoney had recruited Peterson to run against Shelley on the Conservative line to undercut his support further.
Mahoney has $840,000 in her campaign account. Shelley has $1,500.”
By Teri Weaver |
on September 10, 2015 at 10:39 PM, updated September 11, 2015 at 9:53 AM