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North Carolina's Largest Law Enforcement Association Endorses Linda Coleman for Lt. Governor

 
 
Lt. Governor Candidate Linda Coleman with PBA members
 
The North Carolina Police Benevolent Association recently held a series of candidate interviews for those candidates seeking election for various offices. During the interview process, Linda Coleman demonstrated why her experience and values make her uniquely qualified to represent the citizens of North Carolina. Linda Coleman also demonstrated to the North Carolina PBA that she is committed to making strong, effective law enforcement a priority in her campaign.
 
Upon notification of her endorsement from the North Carolina PBA, Linda Coleman said: “I am honored to receive the endorsement of the North Carolina Police Benevolent Association. Throughout my career, I have worked across the aisle to foster trust and accountability between law enforcement and our communities. As your next Lt. Governor, I will advocate for safer and stronger neighborhoods and provide our law enforcement officers with the support and resources they so desperately need.”
 
President of the North Carolina Division Randy Byrd said: “We are proud to endorse Linda Coleman in her bid to become the next Lt. Governor of North Carolina. Throughout her distinguished career as a County Commissioner, Personnel Director for the Department of Community Colleges, NC House member and Director of the Office of State Personnel, she has proven that she is an effective leader, problem solver, and consensus builder. At each stop of her career she has also been a supporter of law enforcement officers and the jobs they do each and every day.

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