Two CNY Sheriffs Won't Seek Re-Election


A pair of long-time Sheriffs in Central New York are hanging up the badge.

Oswego County Republicans say that they have been told that their long-time Sheriff will not be seeking another term in Office.  Reuel Todd has been the Sheriff for 19-years in Oswego County. He began his career as an Oswego County deputy 43-years ago and was first elected sheriff in 1999. Todd's daughter informed members of the Oswego County Republican Committee that he father would not be seeking another term.  

She expressed her father's desire to have the committee support current Undersheriff Gene Sullivan, to be the new sheriff.

The sheriff of Cayuga County says he's not going to run for another term. Sheriff David Gould announced yesterday that after more than ten years as sheriff and a nearly 50-year career in law enforcement, he's ready to retire.  His last day on the job will be December 31st.  

A detective in the department has already filed paperwork gearing up to run for sheriff.

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