Arizona Fraternal Order of Police Endorses Doug Ducey

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PHOENIX — The Arizona Fraternal Order of Police (F.O.P.), which represents more than 9,000 members, today endorsed Doug Ducey for Governor, citing his support of law enforcement and proven track record of supporting significant public safety laws. The endorsement adds to Governor Ducey’s support among law enforcement following yesterday’s endorsement from the Arizona Police Association.

“Doug Ducey has made public safety one of his primary concerns since becoming our Governor. Governor Ducey understands that the men and women serving in law enforcement and corrections are our front line which protects our communities from crime and criminals,” said Arizona Fraternal Order of Police President John Ortolano. “We look forward to working with the Governor in making our great state a model for others to embrace in keeping our communities safe. We can think of no better person to keep this promise as our Governor than Doug Ducey. That is why the AZ FOP endorses Doug Ducey for Governor.”

Yesterday, the Ducey for Governor Campaign released a new digital ad featuring members of law enforcement expressing their support for Governor Ducey. Watch the ad here.


About the Arizona Fraternal Order of Police:

The Arizona Fraternal Order of Police is committed to improving the working conditions of law enforcement officers and the safety of those we serve through education, legislation, information, community involvement, and employee representation.

About Doug Ducey:

Doug Ducey is committed to securing Arizona’s future. In his first year as governor, he took a $1 billion deficit and balanced the budget, without raising taxes. He is committed to improving K-12 education, and has added nearly $2.7 billion to Arizona public schools. He’s cut regulations to stimulate jobs and reformed and simplified our tax code every year he has been governor. In addition, Governor Ducey launched Arizona’s Border Strike Force, to enhance security along Arizona’s southern border and stop the flow of cartels and human traffickers.

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