San Bernardino Police Chief Stands With Cheryl Brown
SAN BERNARDINO, CA (October 5, 2016) - San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan Joins Our Public Safety Community in Endorsing Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown for Re-election. Today, Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown's (D-San Bernardino) campaign is announcing the latest public safety endorsement from San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan.
"I am proud to endorse Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown for re-election because she demonstrates integrity and effective leadership to help our law enforcement officers combat gang and gun violence," said San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan. "As a resident of San Bernardino for over 50 years, Cheryl Brown has a deep understanding of the many issues facing our city and surrounding region. As our assemblywoman, Cheryl Brown has been instrumental in helping bring our communities together and supporting legislation that keeps guns out of our schools and provides additional tools for our public safety personnel. Please join our law enforcement community by voting to re-elect our assemblywoman, Cheryl Brown."
"A top priority of mine as an assemblywoman has been to create a thriving community where we can raise our families in safe and prosperous neighborhoods and where businesses feel safe setting up shop. I thank Chief Jarrod Burguan in his endorsement, and I recommit my efforts on finding meaningful ways to make our communities safer," said Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown.
Chief Burguan joins Cheryl Brown's strong public safety endorsement list, which includes:
- -California Association of Highway Patrolmen
- -CAL FIRE Local 2881
- -California Correctional Peace Officers Association
- -Fontana Police Officers Association
- -Peace Officers Research Association of California (California's Largest Police Union)
- -Southern California Alliance of Law Enforcement (SCALE)
- -California Police Chiefs Association
Assemblywoman Cheryl R. Brown is running for re-election in California’s 47th District representing 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.