HYDE PARK, NY - Senator Sue Serino announced today that she has received the New York State Police Investigators Association’s endorsement for her re-election campaign to represent the 41st District in the New York State Senate. The Investigators Association represents more than 2,400 active and retired Bureau of Criminal Investigation members of the New York State Police.

In their endorsement letter to Senator Sue Serino, the New York State Police Investigators Association said, “Your demonstrated record of success in all aspects of your career, publicly and privately, reinforces our belief that you are the right candidate. The 41st District has benefitted from your talents of support working families, strictly enforcing the laws and addressing labor issues. Throughout your career you have clearly demonstrated yourself as a dedicated public servant who knows what it takes to get the job done through the most difficult of times and challenging of circumstances. The members of the New York State Police Investigators Association believe your experience and integrity make you the clear choice.”

“It is an honor to have the endorsement of the New York State Police Investigators Association and to have the support of their members behind our campaign,” said Senator Sue Serino.“Since taking office, I have made it a priority to advocate for commonsense policies that protect public safety, and I will continue to be that strong, independent voice in the Capitol. Our law enforcement officers make tremendous sacrifices for our communities, and they deserve to have a voice at the table in our State Government, and I am committed to ensuring that their voice is heard.”


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The newly drawn 41st Senate District includes all of Columbia and Greene counties, Northern Dutchess County, and a part of Ulster County.