Both commissioners have received the endorsement of the Montgomery County Democratic Party, according to a news release from their re-election campaigns.
In a prepared statement, Joseph touted his experience helping maintain essential services during the Great Recession.
He said he wants to help make the decisions to build a better city.
Shaw, owner of Shaw Cleaners, says he’s proud of his work to connect Dayton Public School students to apprenticeships and high-paying trade jobs.
“Job growth is my number one priority on the city commission,” he said.
Duncan is listed as a ward leader for the Montgomery County Democratic Party executive committee.
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