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Former sheriff candidate says Sobieraski would be excellent law enforcement leader for county

Posted 6 February 2019 at 8:19 am

Editor:

The announcement that Brett Sobieraski is running for sheriff of Orleans County is truly a blessing for the people of this community.

Before people say, “oh this is just sour grapes because this guy lost the last election.” It has nothing to do with the last election as I accepted the defeat and moved on to another chapter in life. I will admit after my retirement I did not like the tantrums and threats that were directed at people who helped me during my campaign but that is all water under the bridge.

The changes in the election laws that came out of Albany a few weeks ago have drastically changed the timing how a campaign will unfold. Candidates have had to shift their efforts into high gear if they want to seek the Republican line for the new June Primary Election. Something the candidates will have to deal with but a hurdle none the less.

In today’s world of social media and numerous information outlets people can get the information if they look. Brett has set up a web site, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts all titled around Brett for Sheriff. If you google him, you will find a lot of information. Take a few minutes and educate yourselves on his platform, education, people motivating skills, training and experience as a leader. If you have questions or want to set up an appointment, he encourages you calling him directly at 585-331-0217.

The people of Orleans County deserve superior leadership. Don’t wait until you or a loved one becomes a victim to then realize there was a better choice for a law enforcement leader.

Take the time to truly get to know your candidates. Don’t take someone’s word as gospel just because they said so. Get past the rhetoric. Look through the smoke and around the mirrors and educate yourself. Things are not always as they appear.

The time is now!

I support Brett Sobieraski for sheriff, 110 percent.

Respectfully,

Tom Drennan

Kendall