Vote Brian Oneto Amador County District 5 Supervisor Preserving Amador Values
Integrity * Commitment * Common Sense
Conservative Principles





Advocating for Seniors and Veterans

Wreaths Across America - Amador

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Wreaths Across America - Amador

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Wreaths Across America - Amador

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New sign at Plymouth's Veterans Park.

Rededicating Plymouth's Veterans Park.

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Floyd Martin

*Amador County Veteran Services Officer (Ret.)

*Past State Commander American Legion

*Title for identification purposes only

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Brian and Veteran Friends

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As the son of a World War II veteran, Brian Oneto has always respected America's veterans and has spent his years in office working to ensure that we support those who have fought and sacrificed for our nation in the name of freedom.

Supporting the Amador County Veterans Service Officer has always been a priority for Brian. The Amador County Veterans Services Officer is a big help for veterans as they try to wade through the bureaucracy in obtaining benefits and services they earned.

Brian has helped our seniors in many areas such as supporting the Interfaith Food Bank, Amador Life Line, and Hospice.

Many of Amador's seniors, veterans and families were hit hard by the recession. Too many of our neighbors are struggling and many can no longer afford life's necessities. Over the years, Brian has personally made donations over $20,000 for vital resources for seniors and families through:

  • The Interfaith Food Bank
  • Amador Stars Cancer Van Transportation Program
  • Amador Life Line
  • Common Ground Senior Services Meals on Wheels Program
  • Major Sponsor of TSPN Senior's Living Well Program
  • And others


BRIAN ONETO SUPPORTS THE PLYMOUTH VETERANS PARK PROJECT Click Here to watch video

With the County's programs, and through the help of our community, lives have been improved.

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