Hannibal Republicans endorse candidates

The Hannibal Republican Committee is proud to present its candidates for the upcoming November election.

Legislator Terry M. Wilbur is endorsed for re-election to represent District 21 in the Oswego County Legislature. Wilbur currently serves as vice chairman of the legislature, and has four years experience as chair and member of various Oswego County committees.

Morris Sorbello, currently represents the 23rd district, a seat he has held for 14 years. Sorbello has served as past chairman of the legislature, and has earned the respect of his colleagues and constituents alike.

Sorbello is concerned about keeping jobs in the area and maintaining the quality of life for Oswego County residents.  Both legislators have strong ties to the agricultural community and support fiscal responsibility in government.

George Ritchie, a local businessman and life resident of Hannibal, expects to save the town money with his ability to drive trucks and plows and with his experience to repair equipment when elected to the position of Hannibal’s highway superintendent.

Ritchie has more than 25 years experience in the construction and contracting business, and holds a New York state CDL Class A Driver’s License.

Ritchie has more than 35 years experience as a heavy equipment operator and states that he will be “a hands-on superintendent who will work for the people”.

Randy Hendricks and Virginia Wilbur are endorsed to fill two seats on the Hannibal town council.

Hendricks, a grandfather and life resident, served four years on the town council and has retired from Frontier Communications and now has the time to dedicate to town issues.

Wilbur, an incumbent, has 18 years experience on the board, having served under two Hannibal town supervisors.

Both seats for Hannibal town justice will be filled this year.

Seeking re-election with strong support is Eugene Hafner, a dedicated public servant with 12 years experience on the bench.

Also supported in the September primaries is Jack S. Beckwith, Jr. who has an associate’s degree in criminal Justice from Cayuga Community College and judicial experience with Oswego County Youth Court. He serves on the Oswego Youth Court Advisory Board.

Both men pledge to maintain professionalism and decorum in the Hannibal town court.


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