Today I am both humbled and honored to announce that two premier law enforcement associations in the state have endorsed our campaign. Both the Correctional Peace Officers Association and the Arizona Highway Patrol Association have given us their full support and endorsement for the upcoming Primary Election.
I am also honored to be endorsed by a number of sheriffs , including Joe Arpaio, Paul Babeu, Tom Sheehan.
Since becoming your Attorney General, I’ve fought hard to restore the office to a frontline crime fighting agency. Whether it’s dismantling drug cartels, fighting human and underage sex trafficking, prosecuting identity thieves, or protecting women, children, and seniors, I can proudly say that the Arizona Attorney General’s office is more effective and responsive now than when I started nearly four years ago.
In 2010, the Correctional Peace Officers Association endorsed my Democrat opponent. Now, they have endorsed me in both the Primary and General Elections. In their letter of support, Kevin McClellan, the organizations Executive President stated, “Among the solutions that Tom Horne has demonstrated as Attorney General, are partnering with other law enforcement agencies to take down drug cartels, increasing consumer protection, bringing in $2 billion to help Arizonans affected by the mortgage crisis, and serving as co-chair of the Coalition to Protect Arizona Children from Trafficking and pushing legislation for those who sell underage girls.”
Also, in the endorsement of the Arizona Highway Patrol association, their President, Jimmy Chavez, stated “The Arizona Highway Patrol Association has had a long and positive working relationship with Tom Horne. Throughout his tenure as the Attorney General for the state of Arizona, as well as his service in the Arizona Legislature, Tom Horne has continually demonstrated his staunch support for public safety…The Arizona Highway Patrol Association has chosen to endorse Tom Horne in the Republican Primary for Arizona Attorney General.”
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