2018 Voter Guide Met with Overwhelmingly Positive Reception
Ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, National Police Support Fund’s released its 2018 Voter Guide, The 5 Key Issues Impacting Police Officers. The Voter Guide was met with overwhelmingly positive reception across the country.
I’m proud to announce the overwhelming success of our 2018 Voters Guide. We were able to reach over 38,000 voters across the country and inform voters everywhere about the important issues affecting our law enforcement officers. National Police Support Fund will continue to shed light on these issues and help voters make informed decisions at the polls.
– Simon Lewis, Executive Director of National Police Support Fund
The Voter Guide, which highlighted five key issues affecting the law enforcement community, was meant to serve as a reference to pro-law enforcement voters before they headed to the polls on November 6th. Our police officers deserve leaders of integrity who truly understand the unique challenges facing law enforcement, and our Voter Guide aimed to educate citizens on police-related issues, so they could identify candidates who would stand up for law enforcement in their communities.
Our Voter Guide, released on September 19th, was downloaded by thousands of concerned citizens across the country and distributed to thousands more at several law enforcement conferences.
“To restore a national culture of respect for police, citizens must understand the challenges officers face,” said Simon Lewis, Executive Director of National Police Support Fund. “By highlighting these important issues, we are starting a real conversation about law enforcement and public policy.”
Although the Voter Guide was originally meant to serve as an instructive tool for citizens in the 2018 midterm election season, the issues covered in the Voter Guide will continue to be at the forefront for the law enforcement community as we head in to 2019.
We encourage everyone who shares a common respect and concern for our law enforcement officers to download the 2018 Voter Guide and share it with their friends and family.