Largest Public Safety Association Endorses Cheryl Brown for Re-Election
SAN BERNARDINO, CA (August 1, 2016) Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC) add their name to Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown's Impressive Endorsement List - Today, Assemblywoman Cheryl R. Brown's (D-San Bernardino) campaign is announcing an endorsement from the Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC). PORAC is a professional federation of local, state and federal public safety associations with more than 900 member organizations, representing over 66,000 officers, making it the largest statewide public safety association in the nation.
In an endorsement letter addressed to Assembywoman Cheryl Brown, PORAC President Michael Durant wrote:
"PORAC prides itself on carefully scrutinizing the qualification of every candidate. You will be an excellent representative for your district, especially in regards to the issues involving public safety. As public safety officers, we appreciate your willingness to keep the avenues of communication open and your concerted efforts to seek our input on issues involving public safety and law enforcement. These qualities make you truly deserving of the PORAC endorsement."
"I am honored to receive an endorsement from our public safety leaders represented by PORAC," stated Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown. "I take the safety of our communities very seriously. PORAC and I will continue to work closely together to ensure that our communities and our public safety officers have the necessary resources to keep our neighborhoods safe."
The PORAC endorsement joins Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown's impressive public safety list of endorsements, which include:
- -Kamala Harris, California Attorney General
- -Joseph Paulino, Chief of the San Bernardino District Police Department
- -California Association of Highway Patrolmen
- -CAL FIRE Local 2881
- -Fontana Police Officers Association
- -Crime Victims United of California
- -California Correctional Peace Officers Association
To learn more about Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown's Public Safety record, visit: www.votecherylbrown.com/publicsafety
Assemblywoman Cheryl R. Brown is running for re-election in California’s 47th district. The 47th Assembly District is located in the heart of San Bernardino County and includes Colton, Fontana, Grand Terrace, Rialto, San Bernardino, and the unincorporated communities of Bloomington and Muscoy. The election is scheduled for California’s General Election on November 8, 2016.
To read the full endorsement letter, click here.