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Mecklenburg Chapter Endorses Candidates for November 7th Election

On September 18th and 19th John Randazzo, Chris Wade, Sam Hodapp, Derik Queen, Gavin Aron, Rob Moore, Jonathan Barnes, Mike Collins, Daniel Johnson, Tyler Medlin, and Tom Slymon screened municipal candidates for Huntersville and Cornelius Commissioners at the Courtyard Marriott in Huntersville.
 
Huntersville candidates were presented issues regarding a military leave allowance, pay parity with CMPD, staffing to add more officers to be closer to a 2.0 ratio, funding for the anticipated ETJ, and recruiting and retention tncentives. These issues came directly from the members at monthly meetings.
 
Based on these interviews, the chapter is endorsing the following candidates for Huntersville Commissioners for the November 7th Election:
 
Dan Boone
 
 
 
Nick Walsh
 
 
 
Melinda Bales
 
 
 
Mark Gibbons
 
 
 
Joe Sailers
 
 
Brian Hines 
 
 
 
 
Cornelius candidates were presented issues regarding quarterly meetings between the chief and PBA representatives, input from employees during selection of new chief, recruitment and retention incentives, and patrol car safety regarding the Ford Explorer. These issues also came directly from members at monthly meetings.  
 
Based on the interviews with these candidates the chapter is endorsing the the following for Cornelius Commissioners in the November 7th Election:
 
Denis Bilodeau
 
 
 
Michelle Ferlauto
 
 
 
Ava Callender
 
 
 
Tricia Sisson (Not pictured)
Dave Gilroy (Not pictured)
 
Please help spread the word that these candidates are recommended by the N. Mecklenburg chapter.

 

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