can i get cytotec over the counter in south africa image1aVineyard Gazette: Voters back Ogden, DeOliveira in primary. “Vineyard voters backed Robert Ogden for county sheriff and Paulo C. DeOliveira as Register of Deeds in Thursday’s primary, which sets the ballot for the general election in November. According to preliminary results, Mr. Ogden, a West Tisbury resident who has worked at the sheriff’s office for 26 years, won the Democratic primary race for Dukes County sheriff with 2,355 votes. He defeated Marc R. Rivers, who received 1,395 votes.”
MV Times: “Mr. Ogden will face retired State Police officer Neal Maciel of Vineyard Haven, who chose to run as an unenrolled candidate, in the general election that will decide who will replace Dukes County Sheriff Michael McCormack.”
And Bob did it with a lot of help from his friends!
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In a statement to The MV Times, Mr. Ogden said, “I would like to extend my deepest appreciation for the overwhelming vote of confidence in my candidacy for Sheriff of the County of Dukes County. Jeanne and I were humbled by the outpouring of voter support and heartfelt sentiment at the polls on September 8th. I would like to take a moment to express my gratitude toward the many volunteers who held signs and raised their voices for my candidacy across the Island. I would also like to recognize the herculean efforts of my campaign staff, whose commitment to my message and campaign made this day possible. I enthusiastically accept the Democratic nomination and look forward to sharing my progressive, inclusive, and collaborative vision for the future of the Dukes County Sheriff’s Office in the general election.”