The Victor Republican Committee is endorsing Thomas "Toby" Reh for re-election as town justice and Dave Condon for Town Board.

VICTOR — The town of Victor Republican Committee is endorsing Town Justice Thomas "Toby" Reh for re-election and Dave Condon for Town Board.

The candidates, who also carry the support and endorsement of the Conservative and Independence parties, are running unopposed.

This slate of highly qualified candidates for town justice and Town Board will represent the Victor community with integrity, said Victor Republican Committee Chair Dave Sanford in a prepared statement.

"Judge Reh is a highly qualified attorney who has served our community with distinction as town justice for the last four years," Sanford said. "Dave Condon will continue his lifetime of service to Victor on the Town Board and will lead the fight to put the interests of our hardworking taxpayers first."

Reh has served Victor for four years on the bench. The 1988 Victor High School graduate attended Albany Law School, and has logged more than 20 years of prosecutorial and judicial experience. Reh, his wife Deanna, and their three children live in Victor.

Condon retired from a 33-year career as a teacher and coach at Victor Central School. The SUNY Fredonia, Nazareth College, and SUNY Brockport graduate is a community volunteer and continues to volunteer for Dollars for Scholars and the Victor Athletic Hall of Fame Selection Committee. Condon, his wife Jane, and their four children live in Victor.

Polls are open from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. on election day, Nov. 8.