Friday, February 02, 2007

NYC Police Benevolent Association endorses Craig Johnson for State Senate

The NYC Police Benevolent Association joined their brothers and sisters in Nassau County and endorsed Craig Johnson for State Senate. Craig is running for an open New York State Senate seat in a Feb 6 special election.

The NYC PBA has more than 2,000 members living in the Seventh district.

In endorsing Craig, the NYC PBA cited his tough-on-crime record and his long-standing support of local law enforcement agencies. From PBA President Patrick Lynch:
"Craig Johnson has spent his entire public life making sure that our police departments have all the tools and support that they need to make sure that our streets are safe and that our families are protected . . . He is the best candidate to continue the work of Mike Balboni."
Craig had this to say:
"We need to support our men and women in blue as they fulfill their charge in making our communities and our streets safe places for our families . . . I am proud to accept the endorsement of the New York City PBA and, as your state senator, pledge to do everything in my power to make Nassau County a safer place for our families."
Here are some pictures from the event:



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