Congressman Dan Meuser Secures Endorsement from Pennsylvania State Troopers Association
Meuser Secures Endorsement of the Fraternal Order of Police Phillip C. Melley Memorial Lodge #65
POTTSVILLE - The Meuser for Congress campaign released the following statement from U.S. Congressman Dan Meuser as he earns endorsement of the Pennsylvania State Troopers Association and the Fraternal Order of Police Phillip C. Melley Memorial Lodge #65:
“Having the endorsement of our Pennsylvania State Troopers and the FOP Memorial Lodge #65 is humbling. As the son of a retired police officer, supporting our brave law enforcement officers is something I take personally. These brave men and women selflessly leave their families every morning, not knowing if they will return home, to keep our communities and our families safe. I will always stand with these brave individuals and vote to ensure they have the tools and support necessary. The first priority of every elected official is to ensure the public’s safety. The best way to do that is to stand solidly behind law enforcement… more now than ever.”
David M. Kennedy, President of the Pennsylvania State Troopers Associations wrote, “As President of the Pennsylvania State Troopers Association (PSTA), I am privileged to inform you that our members have unanimously endorsed your General Election candidate for Congress of Pennsylvania’s 9thDistrict.” Click here to read the letter of endorsement.
Mark Knock, President of the Fraternal Order of Police Phillip C. Melley Memorial Lodge #65 added, “On behalf of the officials and members of Trooper Philip Melley Memorial Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police, which includes almost six hundred current and former Pennsylvania State Police officers, we are pleased to inform you that we have endorsed your candidacy to remain a member of the United States House Of Representatives.”
U.S. Congressman Dan Meuser represents the 9th Congressional District which includes Carbon, Columbia, Schuylkill and Lebanon Counties as well as parts of Berks, Luzerne, Montour, and Northumberland Counties. Dan has served both as a private sector businessman responsible for helping create thousands of jobs and as Secretary of the Department of Revenue for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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