Brian Oneto would like to thank supporters for endorsing him as Amador County District 5 Supervisor. It is with your help and suggestions that District 5, and Amador County as a whole, will continue to thrive under conservative, common-sense leadership.
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"Amador County residents of District 5 are fortunate to have Brian Oneto as their representative. Supervisor Oneto has
good judgment and works hard for his district."|
Congressman Tom McClintock
"Supervisor Oneto has consistently served his district and Amador County extremely well."|
State Senator Tom Berryhill
"I am proud to endorse Supervisor Oneto for District 5. Brian is knowledgeable on the issues and a proven champion
for the great folks that call Amador County home."|
State Assemblyperson, Frank Bigelow
Joan Edson, Pine Grove Howard Edson, Pine Grove Larry Becker, Plymouth Anne Heissenbuttel, Pine Grove John Heissenbuttel, Pine Grove Janet Williams, Plymouth Earl Williams, Plymouth Diana Hanson, Volcano Craig Hanson, Volcano Jeffrey Cartwright, Plymouth
"Brian Oneto supports small businesses and fights against more restrictions and regulations.
Join us in voting for Brian as our District 5 Supervisor!" |
Lonnie and Lydia LeBel, Sutter Creek
Amador Creamery Celebrating 39 years as a small business in Amador County
Lacy Patten, Volcano Tom Patten, Volcano Paula Gunter, Drytown Gene Gunter, Drytown Linda Miller, Plymouth Bob Miller, Plymouth Carol Scarrone, Plymouth Melvin Cossairt, Plymouth Jeanne Deaver, Plymouth Ken Deaver, Plymouth Irene Mason, Drytown Jim Spinetta, Plymouth Catherine Cowan, Plymouth Rob Cowan, Plymouth Lloyd Pendleton, Volcano
"Brian is working hard to protect tax payers and is a superb advocate for Amador's agriculture and wine industries."|
Bill Braun, Plymouth
Helen Glage, Plymouth Kelly Zaccaria, Fiddletown Church Zaccaria, Fiddletown Richard Bohn, Fiddletown Shirley Helmer-Lampson, River Pines Dorothy McCammond, Fiddletown Wayne McCammond, Fiddletown Marti Mondana, Plymouth
"Brian Oneto - proven leadership for District 5. His representation on agricultural issues is tried and true."|
Don Potter, Plymouth
Lin Sanders, Fiddletown Rick Sanders, Fiddletown Michael T. McEnroe, Amador City Andy Assereto, Volcano Janet Croce, Volcano John Croce, Volcano
"Brian has always been very open and willing to work on any issues brought forth. He has worked hard to keep Amador County a rural community to live in. Brian is always open to suggestions, solutions and action. I support re-electing Brian Oneto for District 5 Supervisor."|
Rich Martin, Plymouth
Former Vice Mayor, City of Plymouth
Former Battalion Chief, Amador Fire District
Current EMT in Amador County
Life long resident
Katie Garfinkel, Plymouth Jim Garfinkel, Plymouth Dick Yost, Volcano Tammy Anderson, Sutter Creek Jim Anderson, Sutter Creek Marilyn McDanel, Fiddletown Carl McDanel, Fiddletown
"We recently moved to District 5 in Amador County and were faced with an issue. As our Supervisor, Brian Oneto was very accessible and represented us well." |
John and Mercedes Somerville, Plymouth
Helen Garibaldi, Sutter Creek Peter Garibaldi, Sutter Creek Donna Oakleaf, River Pines Larry Becker, Plymouth Tammy Anderson, Sutter Creek Jim Anderson, Sutter Creek Lila Grover, Plymouth Howard Grover, Plymouth
"As individuals we have a responsibility to our community. Brian has shown his willingness to support the efforts of individuals and community projects to improve Amador County. He has been responsive to our questions with knowledgeable and timely feedback. We support Brian for Supervisor of the 5th District.|
The LaBuda's, Sutter Creek
"I have reiterated before that Brian Oneto works hard as our District 5 Supervisor inside and beyond the farm gate. Since 1852, my family has been farming in Amador County. Angela and I know that Brian takes steps to ensure success for agricultural endeavors and protection of our rights."|
Jim and Angela Spinetta, Shenandoah Valley
Brad and Suzanne Van Spanje, Plymouth Joe Coughlin, Drytown Graci Gunter, Plymouth Tamara Hobbick, Plymouth Brian Hobbick, Plymouth Ed Westjohn, Volcano Heather Stroback, Volcano Edwin Lawson, Plymouth Eric Sauer, Drytown, Lynette Nelson, Drytown
"Brian Oneto looks out for the interest of our young families and supports community events."|
Marni and Michael Piatnik, Fiddletown
Terry Sanders, Volcano M.E. Wrigley-McCollum, Volcano B. Layne McCollum, Volcano Terry Coulter, Plymouth Patricia Shackleton, Plymouth Zelma Veteto, Plymouth
"Brian Oneto has my full support for District 5 Supervisor. He genuinely has the best interest and overall experience to lead Amador County into the future."|
Ella Bender, Volcano
Mary Ghormley, Drytown Dixie Booth, Plymouth Jenny Bolin, Sutter Creek Phillip Bolin, Sutter Creek Carl Brown, Jr, Volcano Joe Ferrani, Volcano Bill Hoffman, Plymouth Tracy Hoyt, Plymouth Gareth Hoyt, Plymouth John Giannini, Sutter Creek Susie Finch, Plymouth Dwayne Littlefield, Plymouth Steve Crocker, Drytown Devon Hand, Volcano David Hand, Volcano
"Brian is the guy who is there when you need him!"|
Rocky Raymond, River Pines
Anna J. Lawrence, Plymouth Lawrence Murphy, Pine Grove Gloria Scharein, Sutter Creek Perley Schmidt, Jr., River Pines Garth Hoyt, Plymouth Carle Colapietro, Plymouth Ben Huntsman, Plymouth Lucy Ruelas, Plymouth Debra Lee, Volcano
"It has been a pleasure and a blessing to have known Brian and his family for over 20 years. He is an honest man with traditional values who will do his darndest to treat everyone with respect and fairness. I believe he is an asset to the ever changing and growing Amador County. We are honored to endorse him for his re-election for County Supervisor."|
Stevens and Jan Price, Pioneer
David Helwig, Plymouth Mary E. Welshans, Fiddletown Michael Gardner, River Pines Elizabeth Whittington, Volcano Herman Whittington, Volcano Fran White, Plymouth Marcia Cole, Plymouth John Bergeron, Pine Grove Janet Bergeron, Pine Grove
"Brian has always been interested in the Amador wineries and we have met and talked over the years about the issues that business owners have in the county. I know he is a man of great integrity."|
Jerry Wright, Plymouth
Mike Wunschel, Plymouth Brooke Wunschel, Plymouth Richard Utley, Plymouth Amy White, Plymouth Ronald Tassano, Pine Grove Barbara Tassano, Pine Grove Shawn Compton, Volcano Thom Maestretti, Fiddletown Bruce Moody, Plymouth Janet Moody, Plymouth Juliene Hiatt, River Pines Gloria Manus, Pine Grove Bob Lewis, Pine Grove Amber Blake, River Pines Jason Smith, Plymouth
"As a lifelong resident of Amador County and a local business owner, I support Brian for his conservative values, his understanding and support of small business and the important role it plays in rural California and the future of Amador."|
Jeff Campbell, Campbell Construction Company, Sutter Creek
Frederick Wontorek, Fiddletown Sheila Wontorek, Fiddletown Earl Williams, Plymouth Janet Williams, Plymouth Carol Sleeper, Plymouth Bob Sleeper, Plymouth Alan Hiatt, Fiddletown Marie Scofield, Fiddletown Ron Scofield, Fiddletown Rocky Raymond, River Pines Nell Raymond, River Pines Paul Schmitz, Plymouth Pam Benson, Plymouth Bill Cramer, Sutter Creek Bernadette Cramer, Sutter Creek
"Brian Oneto is someone who stands up for us, especially in supporting our veterans!"
Floyd Martin, Pioneer
*Amador County Veteran Services Officer (Ret.)
Past State Commander American Legion
Terry Moore, Plymouth Dan Dentone, Plymouth Joe Mock, Plymouth Janet White, Fiddletown Ron White, Fiddletown Irene Mason, Plymouth Lorene Cutsinger, Plymouth Letha Tatro, Volcano Ted Tatro, Volcano Linda McCue, Plymouth James McCue, Plymouth Kristi Conley, Plymouth Barbara Nicholson, Plymouth Diane Logan, Plymouth David Logan, Plymouth Alfred Steen, Plymouth Andy Assereto, Volcano Deja Howarth, Volcano Luke Jorgensen, Pioneer Sabrina Turner, Fiddletown Dale Turner, Fiddletown Larry Dold, Volcano Danny Radusinovich, Pine Grove Don J. VanFossan, Volcano Don D. VanFossan, Volcano Mary VanFossan, Volcano David Guimont, Pioneer Allan Dowlat, Sutter Creek Jill Dowlat, Sutter Creek Dani Dunfee, River Pines Kim Dunfee, River Pines
"Brian Oneto is the leadership and representation that Amador County needs
for retaining its identity and way of life. Too many towns have been run over by
political agendas and exploitation. Amador County is a success story with Oneto."
Austin Ford, Fiddletown
America Rees, Volcano Nick Kane, Fiddletown Raymond Glavich, Fiddletown Don Nunley, Fiddletown Jenny Bolin, Sutter Creek Phil Bolin, Sutter Creek Scott Morford, Fiddletown Herb Harding, Fiddletown Liz Harding, Fiddletown Neldia Evans, Sutter Creek Kristi Conley, Plymouth Suzon Haley, Plymouth Joanne MaClachlan, Volcano Nora Nicholson, Volcano
|"I'm voting for Brian because I trust him."
Nick Nicholson, Volcano
|"I think Brian has done a very good job for District 5 and Amador County. I hope he will be able to continue serving us."
Dan Slater, Fiddletown
Past President, Fiddletown Community Center
"Firefighters vote ONETO"
Kris Mittelstadt, Volcano
Marilyn Seratte, Plymouth Raymond Estey, Plymouth Larry Tober, Drytown Denise Tober, Drytown Richard Broderson, Volcano Juliana Broderson, Volcano Jeremiah Gladen, Volcano Billie Pruett, Sutter Creek Rickey Pruett, Sutter Creek Mike Henry, Sutter Creek
"I worked for our road department for 33 years. Brian Oneto understood our
roads and what was needed to be done and he was right! We have a good
supervisor in Mr. Oneto - keep him." |
Ivan Pearson, Plymouth
Public Works Department, Assistant Foreman, Ret.
"Brian Oneto has honorable attributes including trustworthiness and is
approachable to all."|
Janet White, Plymouth
*Amador County School Board
John Bergeron, Pine Grove Jeff Ysmael, Plymouth April Ysmael, Plymouth Clydette Gunter, Plymouth Vonley Stacher, Plymouth Joanne Kerner, Plymouth Janet Moody, Plymouth Bruce Moody, Plymouth Fred Thomason, Plymouth W. Forrest Schwabe, Plymouth Patricia Ritson, Plymouth Lisa Vose, Plymouth Pat Park, Plymouth
Welcomed Endorsements from Outside of District 5
"I do not live in District 5, but have witnessed Brian's dedication to Amador County numerous times.
I appreciate and admire his work ethics, his listening abilities, and his clear sense of knowing right
from wrong. He has my full support."|
Cathy Vanderford, Jackson
"Brian has been working for the best interest of the county and the interests of all residents. He and his family
are deep rooted and want nothing but the best for all of us. Stop experimenting with unqualified candidates."
Gary and Jean Dorall, Pioneer
Harry Kohaut, Ione Jan Bray, Jackson Rick Keith, Ione Rick Wagstaff, Pine Grove Teresa Wagstaff, Pine Grove Dennis Sanders, Ione Marcia Sanders, Ione Virginia Manner, Pine Grove Dennis Manner, Pine Grove W. David Wardall, Ione Charles E. Dudley, Jr., Jackson Terry Nielson, Pine Grove Earl Curtis, Pioneer Rich Stevens, Volcano Mark Bennett, Pine Grove
"I am endorsing Brian because he is a proven leader who has worked tirelessly to represent the same conservative
policies and values my family and I cherish and are working to further instill in the hearts of our own children. Vote
Joel Mottishaw, Jackson
*General Manager American Legion Ambulance Service
Past President American Legion Post 108
National Executive Committee Member
State Commander, American Legion
"I have had the pleasure to get to know Brian on a personal level
over the past few years. I am proud to endorse him for District
5 County Supervisor. Our local government needs people like
Brian to maintain strong values/integrity in Amador County."
Thomas Kirbride, Ione
"I have worked with Brian for most of his tenure on several county wide
committees including the Amador County Transportation Commission,
of which he is Chairperson. Transportation planning and funding is very
complex and requires significant teamwork between the Cities' and the
County representatives in order to provide the "best result for the most
people." Brian consistently promotes creative, cost effective solutions to
the transportation and fiscal challenges facing Amador County. He has
proven he has the leadership skills, personal integrity and experience
necessary to help Amador County continue to prosper."
Tim Murphy, Sutter Creek
*Sutter Creek City Councilperson