Colorado’s largest police union on Friday endorsed President Donald Trump for a second time period.
The Colorado State Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police voted to endorse the president throughout a nationwide assembly of the police union. Each different statewide unit additionally voted in assist of the president, nationwide Fraternal Order of Police spokeswoman Jessica Cahill stated.
The nationwide group has a number of massive items in Colorado, together with within the Aurora Police Division, the Denver Sheriff Division and the Colorado State Patrol. There are about 8,000 Fraternal Order of Police members in Colorado, in response to the group’s web site.
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The union’s nationwide president, Patrick Yoes, cited Trump’s assist for legislation enforcement in his feedback on the endorsement.
The Colorado FOP in addition to the Denver Police Protecting Affiliation, which represents Denver’s law enforcement officials, additionally endorsed Trump throughout the 2016 elections.