Republican candidate for town supervisor Ed Smyth picked up the endorsement of the Coalition of Suffolk Police Unions on Friday.
The coalition is comprised of the Suffolk County Police Benevolent Association (PBA), the Suffolk County Detective Investigators PBA, the Suffolk County Correction Officers Association, the Suffolk County Superior Officers Association, the Suffolk County Deputy Sheriff’s PBA, the Suffolk County Police Conference and the Suffolk County Detectives Association.
“Your family’s safety is my first concern. Public safety depends on a trusting partnership with law enforcement. As supervisor, I will continue to work with police to ensure your family’s safety.” Smyth said. “Our police safeguard our neighborhoods and maintain our quality of life. I’m honored to receive their unanimous endorsement and look forward to working with the 2nd Precinct and all law enforcement in Huntington.”
The coalition vote was unanimous.
Fundraiser for Cuthbertson
Town Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, who is running for the Suffolk Legislature in the 18th District, has a fundraiser scheduled for Sept. 8 at The Paramount. Suffolk Democratic Chairman Rich Schaffer will host.
The event runs from 6 to 8 p.m. Tickets start at $250. See the flyer for further details.
One Reply to “Campaign: Police Unions Back Smyth; Cuthbertson Fundraiser”
If ED is so concerned about public safety where has he been with all the shootings in the Station ? I will tell you he is MIA