PORT AUTHORITY POLICE, PORT AUTHORITY SERGEANTS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION & BRIDGE AND TUNNEL OFFICERS ENDORSE DONOVAN FOR CONGRESS
Law Enforcement Lines Up Strong For Donovan Reelection Citing Longstanding Commitment to Public Safety
Staten Island, NY–June 20th…Congressman Dan Donovan today announced three more endorsements from the law enforcement community, earning the support of the Port Authority Police Benevolent Association, the Port Authority Sergeants Benevolent Association and the Bridge and Tunnel Officers Associations. Donovan was also recently endorsed by the New York City PBA. These unions represent tens of thousands of active and retired members.
“We are pleased to announce our endorsement of Dan Donovan for reelection,” said Port Authority PBA President Paul Nunziato. “Whether it was his work to secure healthcare benefits for our 9/11 heroes or increasing penalties for criminals who assault police officers, we know we have a true friend to law enforcement in Dan Donovan. We salute the great work he’s done to safeguard this city.”
“Dan Donovan’s record of public service and commitment to public safety is unmatched,” said Port Authority Sergeants Benevolent Association President Richard Hassmiller. “There is not a better person to be representing us in Washington. We enthusiastically endorse him for reelection and look forward to continuing to work with him to make New York City safe.”
Wayne Joseph, President of the Bridge and Tunnel Officers Benevolent Association said, “We are so fortunate to have a member of Congress who has real life experience in law enforcement and public safety and who understands the risks our men and women face everyday. Dan is a fighter, and he has always delivered results. We proudly endorse his reelection.”
“I’m honored to have such strong support from our law enforcement community,” said Congressman Donovan. “Keeping our nation and our city safe is the number one responsibility of our leaders and I will always fight to ensure that our men and women in uniform have the tools they need to do their job.”