Peace Officers Stand With Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown for Re-Election
SAN BERNARDINO, CA (April 27, 2016) - Today, Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown's (D-San Bernardino) strong record on public safety has earned her the endorsement from the California Correctional Peace Officers Association (CCPOA). The CCPOA represents more than 30,000 correctional peace officers working inside California’s prisons and youth facilities, and the state’s parole agents who supervise inmates after their release.
"The CCPOA is proud to endorse Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown for re-election," said Chuck Alexander, State President of the CCPOA. "As our assemblywoman, Cheryl Brown has been a partner with our correctional officers who often face the state’s most serious and violent criminals. She has fought hard to curb gang and gun violence in our community by supporting after-school programs that keep kids off the streets, and investing in the tools and resources necessary for our correctional officers to do their job safely. We need Cheryl Brown continuing to fight for us as our Assemblywoman."
"I am truly honored to receive an endorsement from the courageous men and women represented by the CCPOA and I thank them for their support," said Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown.
The CCPOA's endorsement joins other public safety 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
To learn more about Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown's Public Safety record, visit: www.votecherylbrown.com/publicsafety
Assemblywoman Cheryl R. Brown is the officially endorsed Democratic candidate of the California Democratic Party 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. She currently represents the 47th district.