Ansonia Police Officers Endorse
David X. Sullivan for Congress
David X. Sullivan, a former 30-year career Federal prosecutor, has won the unanimous endorsement of the Ansonia Police Union Lodge #913 of the Fraternal Order of Police in his run for Congress in the 5th District of Connecticut. The Ansonia Police Dept. consists of 45 sworn police officers.
“Public Safety will undoubtedly be a main focus for voters in this year’s election,” said Ansonia Police Sgt. Vincent A. Orlando, who also serves as president of the union. “Mr. Sullivan has shown that he is a staunch supporter of the men and women in law enforcement, and that he understands the issues which Connecticut law enforcement officers face daily. His record shows that he is willing to protect and defend our dedicated police officers, who protect and defend the communities they serve, from the criminal element that would destroy those communities without them. Mr. Sullivan has worked hand in hand with law enforcement for a great many years and is dedicated to Law and Order and the Rule of Law.”
“The Fraternal Order of Police is the number one voice of the American Law Enforcement officer,” he continued. “The FOP has a responsibility to our members, to every member of every law enforcement agency in the state, and to the communities they serve to do our part in determining the direction in which our state will go.”
“We are proud to endorse David X Sullivan for Congress.”
“It is encouraging that police officers, both within the 5th District and across Connecticut, recognize the importance of this critical election and are supporting my campaign,” said Mr. Sullivan. “These dedicated public servants take great risks and work hard every day to protect us and keep our communities safe.”
“I’ve worked with all levels of law enforcement in Connecticut, including Federal, state and local officers. They are outstanding professionals. I want them all to know I support their tireless efforts to keep our communities safe. I will continue to advocate for our dedicated law enforcement officers in both Washington and in Hartford.”