HYDE PARK, NY – Senator Sue Serino announced today that her campaign for re-election has earned the endorsement of the New York Environmental Police Benevolent Association (EPBA), which represents members of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection Police.
“Protecting public safety has been a top priority for me, and it is an honor to have the endorsement of the dedicated men and women of the New York Environmental Police Benevolent Association,” said Senator Sue Serino. “With towns in the 41st Senate District depending on the Hudson River for their drinking water, I am especially proud to have the support of the officers who work tirelessly to protect it from pollution, terrorism, and crime, and work to ensure that it remains a safe source for our community. I look forward to continuing to work with the New York EPBA to create and support policies that preserve and protect the Hudson Valley and our entire state.”
In the letter announcing her endorsement, President Matt Kruger said, “Senator Serino, we respect your leadership abilities and commitment to the men and women of law enforcement. We look to continue forward working alongside you. As you protect the citizens of your district and all New Yorkers of public safety and their surrounding environment.”
The New York Environmental Police Benevolent Association protects over 10 million New Yorkers in over 77 cities, 9 counties, and all 5 boroughs in New York City.
To learn more about Senator Serino’s campaign endorsements, click here.
The newly drawn 41st Senate District includes all of Columbia and Greene counties, Northern Dutchess County, and a part of Ulster County.
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