Alexandria, Va. – Grassroots political organization National Police Support Fund has just released an updated version of their “2020 Police Issue Fact Sheet” voter support guide ahead of the election on November 3rd.
“This is a critical year for many reasons,” said Executive Director Simon Lewis. “While we knew that this would be an extremely important election year, we have also faced many unprecedented political and social events this year. Police officers have been on the front lines in the midst of a global pandemic, been attacked and assaulted both on and off duty, and are currently facing riots and calls from activists to dismantle their departments. We created this voter guide with all of this in mind, so that our pro-police grassroots supporters have a resource that highlights the most important issues facing law enforcement and how these issues may show up on their local and state ballots.”
The Law Enforcement Support Guide addresses timely topics including restoring respect for law enforcement, electing strong and pro-police judges and politicians, and providing funding for much-needed training and equipment. The guide states ” When you go to the polls this November, remember the heroic officers who stand between real American citizens and radical, dangerous, violent activists who are trying to overturn our Democracy. Get the facts, stay informed, and VOTE to support police officers.”
National Police Support Fund is a grassroots political organization that is committed to aligning the interests and needs of police officers with the public’s issues and concerns within the national political process. Their movement is composed of tens of thousands of Americans from all walks of life who are joined together by their common respect for the rule of law and united in their support for the police officers who put their lives on the line every day in their communities.
To download the free 2020 Police Issues Fact Sheet, visit: https://nationalpolicesupportfund.com/vote/
National Police Support Fund is a national political organization organized under Section 527 of the IRS Tax Code. Contributions made to National Police Support Fund are not tax-deductible. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.
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