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The Mountain Chapter announces endorsement for Erik Summey in the Republican primary

The Mountain Chapter of the North Carolina Police Benevolent Association recently held a political screening for those republican candidates running for Sheriff of Henderson County.  During the screening process Erik Summey demonstrated why his experiences and values make him uniquely qualified to represent the voters of Henderson County.  He also demonstrated that he is committed to making strong effective law enforcement a priority in his campaign.  That is why the Mountain Chapter of the NCPBA is proud to announce their support by endorsing Erik Summey for Sheriff of Henderson County in the upcoming republican primary on May 6, 2014.
Mountain Chapter President Brandon McGaha said, "Through an understanding of issues important to our membership and a willingness to be a working partner in our efforts to improve and promote the local law enforcement profession, Erik Summey has earned our support in this primary race. The Mountain Chapter of the North Carolina Police Benevolent Association asks the citizens of Henderson County to vote for Erik Summey in the upcoming republican primary election on May 6th."

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