FLEMINGTON — The 33,000 member New Jersey State Policemen’s Benevolent Association (PBA) has endorsed Leonard Lance’s reelection to Congress.
“You have demonstrated a true commitment to law enforcement in assisting our efforts to protect our streets and our officers,” New Jersey State PBA President Anthony F. Wieners said in a letter to the Congressman. “You have shown your dedication to law enforcement officers many times in this term including when you voted for an supported numerous critical crime fighting initiatives.”
The NJ State PBA praised Lance for support federal grant programs such as the successful COPS Program and JAG Byrne Grants and in, “ensuring that officers are protected on the job.”
“Your efforts on behalf of law enforcement have earned our appreciation, our respect and our endorsement. Thank you for your dedication to law enforcement in the House of Representatives and for always having an open door to me and the New Jersey State PBA,” the letter concluded.
“I am very grateful to have the endorsement of the New Jersey PBA, an organization whose members work tirelessly each and every day to ensure that our communities are safe places to live, work and raise a family,” said Lance. “Rest assured I will continue in Congress to be an ardent supporter of our state law enforcement officers.”