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The Tennessee Police Benevolent Association Endorses Marsha Blackburn for Senator

 
 
The Tennessee Police Benevolent Association recently held a series of candidate interviews for those candidates seeking election for various offices. During the interview process, Marsha Blackburn demonstrated why her experience and values make her uniquely qualified to represent the voters of Tennessee. 

Marsha Blackburn also demonstrated to the Tennessee PBA that she is committed to making strong, effective law enforcement a priority in her campaign. That is why the TNPBA is proud to announce their support by endorsing Marsha Blackburn for US Senator for Tennessee. Marsha Blackburn is a business owner and is very active in the community.
 
Upon notification of her endorsement from the Tennessee PBA, Marsha Blackburn said: I am proud to be endorsed by the Tennessee Police Benevolent Association. I am humbled and pleased to be endorsed by law enforcement officers.” 
  
President of the TNPBA Division, Johnny Bohanan said:Marsha Blackburn’s knowledge of important law enforcement issues make her a deserving recipient of our endorsement. The Tennessee Police Benevolent Association is proud to put our support behind Marsha Blackburn and encourages citizens of Tennessee do the same.  A vote for Marsha Blackburn is a vote for the men and women of law enforcement and the citizens they serve.”

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