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The North Carolina Police Benevolent Association Mountain Chapter makes candidate endorsements

The Mountain Chapter of the North Carolina Police Benevolent Association recently held a series of candidate screenings for those candidates seeking election for various elected offices.   During the interview process Phillip Feagan, Susan Fisher, Jonathan Jordan, Joe Sam Queen, Athena Brooks, Emily Cowan, and Peter Knights demonstrated why their experiences and values make them uniquely qualified to represent the voters of their respective districts.  They also demonstrated to the NCPBA Mountain Chapter that they are committed to making strong, effective law enforcement a priority in their campaign.  The North Carolina PBA is proud to announce the following endorsements:
 Phillip Feagan - House, District 47
Susan Fisher - House, District 114
Jonathan Jordan - House, District 93
Joe Sam Queen - House, District 119
Athena Brooks - District Court Judge, 29B (Brooks Seat)
Emily Cowan - District Court Judge, 29B (Fox Seat)
Peter Knights - District Court Judge, 29B (Knight Seat)
These candidates are deeply rooted in the community today and the North Carolina PBA is proud to put our full support behind them in the upcoming election and we ask that you do the same. 
According to NCPBA division Vice President and NC Mountain Chapter President Brandon McGaha, “A vote for these candidates is a vote for the men and women of law enforcement and the citizens they serve.”

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