White Plains, NY — April 2, 2010 — In a groundbreaking change, the Affiliated Police Association of Westchester announced its' early and strong endorsement of Richard Brodsky on April 1, 2010 in the upcoming campaign for New York State Attorney General. The APAW is a group of over 50 police benevolent associations (PBA's) representing thousands of police officers.
The Association, in announcing its' endorsement said, “Richard has an outstanding record of support for police officers and law enforcement. He has been a friend and an ally in the Legislature and in the community. More importantly for the people of the state, he has a clear vision of how to move forward, how to change and reform our government, and how to protect the average citizen. He will be a great Attorney General, good for law enforcement and good for all the people of the state.”
In response to the news of the endorsement, Brodsky said, "I'm proud and honored to receive this endorsement so early in the race. The people of the law enforcement community represent the best of our State. Their service to our communities is unique and essential. I look forward to working with them as Attorney General in our mutual efforts to protect every New Yorker. I'm particularly grateful for their recognition of my reform efforts, which will continue and expand as Attorney General.”
Richard Brodsky currently serves as a member of the New York State Assembly representing the 92nd District. He has had the honor of working with the APAW and law enforcement around the state on various initiatives to help keep New Yorkers safe and secure.