Bower says he will get Murray working together in atmosphere of respect

Posted 18 June 2021 at 8:19 am


My name is Randy Bower, current Murray Town Councilman and retired Sheriff of Orleans County. During my lifetime, I have had the great fortune to serve the very community I live in and have loved my entire life. Taught to me by my parents at an early age, I have always been active and  involved in our community.

As Sheriff of Orleans County, I was in charge of an 8-plus million dollar budget, and had over 100 employees report to me. I set goals for all divisions: criminal, corrections, dispatch, civil and animal control. By surrounding myself with a great team, we met every goal within two years, as well as securing many grants, which offset our tax dollars.

I will bring this same commitment and team approach to my hometown. I will implement an atmosphere of support and vision that differs from what we have now.

As your Supervisor, I will first and foremost, run our board and work meetings professionally and with the best interest of our community as a priority.

I am competent, considerate, compassionate, honest and I treat people with respect and dignity.

I have had the opportunity to form great working relationships with our local, state, and federal partners over the last 34 years. Relationships that can only enhance my ability to serve this great town.

As your Supervisor, I will set goals with the community and town board while executing our objectives with fiscal responsibility.

One of my greatest attributes is the ability to motivate others to work toward a common goal, and that goal is to make the Town of Murray, our home, the very best it can be.

Thank you to all the town employees for your service and dedication to our town. Your love of this town is evident. Our town is successful because of you.

To all Republican voters, I ask for your support on election day. This Tuesday, June 22, polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Thank you so much for your confidence in me.


Randy Bower