Political Endorsements

NC Sheriff Police Alliance Endorses Pat McCrory for NC Governor and Dan Forest for NC Lt. Governor

NCSPA Releases Candidate Endorsements

Durham, NC – November 2, 2012 – The North Carolina Sheriff Police Alliance is making public its endorsements in the 2012 elections.

The following is a list of candidates that are endorsed by the NCSPA in the upcoming 2012 general election:

Governor – Pat McCrory

Pat McCrory

Governor Elect Pat McCrory endorsed by NC Sheriff Police Alliance, photo by Stan Deatherage

Lt. Governor – Dan Forest

Durham County Commissioners

Michael Page

Brenda Howerton

Omar Beasley

9th Judicial District Warren, Vance , Franklin, Granville Counties

Quon Bridges

The North Carolina Sheriff Police Alliance is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that fights for the rights of law enforcement officers in North Carolina. The NCSPA was started in 2007 by veteran law enforcement rights activists who were determined to overcome the limitations of other, national or regional, groups. One hundred percent of all money raised by the all-volunteer NCSPA stays in North Carolina, for the good of our members.

For further information, contact:
Andy Miller
President, NCSPA
1-866-736-2772
andy@ncpolice.org

www.danforest.com/blog/view/DanForest/1179/Sheriff-Police-Alliance-endorses-Dan-Forest-for-NC-Lt–Governor


NC Sheriff Police Alliance Releases Candidate Endorsements — Fall 2012

Beaufort County Now - NCSPA Releases Candidate Endorsements
For Immediate Release-Durham, NC

The North Carolina Sheriff Police Alliance is making public its endorsements in the 2012 elections. The following is a list of candidates that are endorsed by the NCSPA in the upcoming 2012 general election:

Governor – Pat McCrory

Pat McCrory points to a better way for North Carolina, and the North Carolina Sheriff Police Alliance agrees as evidenced by their endorsement in his race for North Carolina’s governor.

Lt. Governor – Dan Forest

The North Carolina Sheriff Police Alliance is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that fights for the rights of law enforcement officers in North Carolina. The NCSPA was started in 2007 by veteran law enforcement rights activists who were determined to overcome the limitations of other, national or regional, groups. One hundred percent of all money raised by the all-volunteer NCSPA stays in North Carolina, for the good of our members.

For further information, contact:

Andy Miller President, NCSPA
(866) 736-2772
andy@ncpolice.org
North Carolina Sheriff Police Alliance
Post Office Box 414 Hillsborough, NC 27278
www.ncpolice.org
866-736-2772

866-829-6711

http://beaufortcountynow.com/post/5399/ncspa-releases-candidate-endorsements.html


NC Sheriff Police Alliance Endorses Perdue – 2/13/2008

Raleigh, NC – The North Carolina Sheriff Police Alliance, representing law enforcement officers throughout North Carolina, today endorsed Bev Perdue for Governor.

“Bev Perdue is not only good for law enforcement, she’s good for North Carolina,” said Andy Miller, NCSPA President and Durham Police Department Lieutenant.

“I’m honored to have the support of people who risk everything to protect us,” said Perdue. “North Carolina’s law enforcement officers are among the best in the country, and they earn our support every day.”

In addition to the NCSPA, Perdue has also received the endorsement of the NC Troopers Association, given her both of the major law enforcement organizations endorsements announced so far.

http://bevperdue.com/ http://bevperdue.com/

The North Carolina Sheriff Police Alliance has endorsed Freda Black in the election for Durham County district attorney. It has also announced backing for incumbents Ellen Reckhow, Becky Heron and Michael Page in the contest for the Durham County Board of Commissioners, along with newcomers Doug Wright and Josh Parker.

For the state House, the alliance endorsed incumbents H.M. “Mickey” Michaux, Paul Luebke and Larry Hall, who are unopposed; for state Senate District 20, it backed incumbent Floyd McKissick Jr.

“These candidates are familiar with the daunting issues of recruitment and retention within the law enforcement profession today,” the group said in a prepared release.

The Sheriff Police Alliance is an organization for law enforcement officers formed in 2007. Its headquarters is in Raleigh.

http://www.newsobserver.com/politics/story/1017359.html