Endorsed by the Delaware County Republican Party

Oct 23, 2012 No Comments ›› Webmaster

There is only ONE candidate endorsed by the Republican Party for Delaware County Commissioner. Gary Merrell has received the endorsement of the Delaware County Republican Party in his bid for Delaware County Commissioner.

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Endorsed by Citizens for Community Values

Oct 13, 2012 No Comments ›› Webmaster

Gary Merrell is endorsed for Delaware County Commissioner by the Citizens for Community Values Action PAC. CCV Action was founded to promote the common good and are consistent with principles of good government. The endorsement is published at

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Merrell Commended for His Work at The Delaware Gazette

Mar 4, 2012 No Comments ›› Webmaster

Read this November 11, 2011 open letter from Joseph Ellingham, COO/CFO for the previous owners of the Delaware Gazette. "Gary is the most exceptional person that has ever worked for me... The properties that Gary was responsible for were all very profitable.  Gary Merrell had absolutely nothing to do with the bankruptcy (of Brown Publishing)." ...

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Courage. Character. Conservative.

Jan 4, 2012 No Comments ›› Webmaster

Delaware County is growing. So is the cost of keeping up with that growth. That's why we need a strong, fiscal conservative to make sure government keeps spending under control and keeps true to our character and values. Learn more about Gary. Check out his January 2012 mailing to Delaware County residents. Download and view the first mailing PDF in Adobe Acrobat ...

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Gary Merrell Announces Candidacy for Delaware County Commissioner

Nov 8, 2011 No Comments ›› Webmaster

Gary Merrell announced his candidacy for Delaware County Commissioner. Merrell, a Republican, is running for the Delaware County Commission seat which term begins on January 2, 2013 and is currently held by Commissioner Tommy Thompson. “Over the last several weeks, I have met with dozens of Delaware County elected officials, business leaders and community activists. Repeatedly ...

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