New York State Troopers PBA Stands with Byrne For New York 94th Assembly District!

Posted: August 14, 2020 in 2020 Endorsements, First Responders, Public Safety, Workers

August 14, 2020 / Somers, NY – Earlier this month, the Police Benevolent Association of the New York State Troopers, Inc. proudly announced the organization’s endorsement of Kevin Byrne for re-election to NYS Assembly 94th District.

            “It is with careful consideration that the NYSTPBA is endorsing Kevin Byrne for re-election to NYS Assembly 94th District.” said the Troopers PBA in a letter announcing the endorsement.  “Kevin came to the Assembly in 2017 and his support of law enforcement has been unwavering.  He continues to fight for matters of public safety and safety of the law enforcement community.  He stands with us during this volatile climate in law enforcement so today we stand with him.  We need individuals like Kevin Byrne in leadership positions to help law enforcement officers better serve the residents of New York State.”

Assemblyman Byrne thanked the PBA for its powerful endorsement. “The brave men and women of our New York State Police who serve and protect our fellow New Yorkers are now facing more challenges than ever before” said Byrne. “During my time working and volunteering as an Emergency Medical Technician, I was honored to work directly with members of the NYS Police at numerous emergencies. Their dedication and commitment to service is among the best. I thank them for their continued support.”

            More than 6,000 active and retired, uniformed members of the New York State Police from the rank of Trooper through the rank of Major are represented by the NYSTPBA.

The Troopers PBA endorsement adds to a long list of first responder organizations supporting Assemblyman Byrne in his bid for re -election. To date, he has already received endorsements from the Westchester Affiliated Police Associations, Lake Mohegan Professional Firefighters I.A.F.F. Local 2956, Yonkers PBA, Law Enforcement Employees Benevolent Association, Westchester County Corrections Officers Benevolent Association, and the Westchester County Correction Superior Officers Association.