Arizona Police Association Endorses Andy Biggs
April 20, 2016
“No one has been more stalwart and supportive of the men and women in law enforcement than Senate President Andy Biggs.”
PHOENIX (April 20) – The Arizona Police Association, the largest professional organization of law enforcement officers in the state, today announced its endorsement and support for Andy Biggs’ run for Arizona’s Fifth Congressional District, highlighting his unwavering commitment and dedication to supporting the men and women who protect our streets and communities.
“While the Arizona Police Association has enjoyed a good relationship with many members of our state legislature, no one has been more stalwart and supportive of the men and women in law enforcement than Senate President Andy Biggs.” Levi Bolton Ph.D. Executive director Arizona Police Association said. “We were proud to honor him last year for his lifelong dedication to police officers and their families. It is a privilege to endorse him in his campaign for Congress in Arizona’s Fifth District.”
“There are few things I take more seriously than my support for law enforcement, which makes me very grateful for the endorsement of the Arizona Police Association. Arizona police officers do an extraordinary job in defending the freedoms of law-abiding citizens, and I am proud of the work they do in our communities across the state. I look forward to standing with law enforcement should I be given the privilege of being elected to Congress.”
Other endorsements for Biggs include: Congressman Matt Salmon; Congressman Trent Franks; Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio; Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery; Maricopa County Supervisors Denny Barney and Clint Hickman; Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio; Senators Sylvia Allen, Nancy Barto, Judy Burges, Debbie Lesko, Gail Griffin, Steve Yarbrough, David Farnsworth, John Kavanagh, Steve Smith, Jeff Dial, Kimberly Yee, Don Shooter; Representatives John Allen, Sonny Borrelli, Jay Lawrence, Paul Boyer, Warren Petersen, Eddie Farnsworth, Frank Pratt; Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney; Gilbert Vice Mayor Jared Taylor; Gilbert Councilman Victor Peterson; Queen Creek Councilwoman Emilena Turley; and Former State Representative Justin Pierce.