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Aronberg snags Fraternal Order of Police endorsement in Dem AG primary

by George Bennett | October 21st, 2009



The state Fraternal Order of Police is endorsing state Sen. Dave Aronberg, D-Greenacres, in the 2010 Democratic primary for attorney general.

Aronberg is running against state Sen. Dan Gelber, D-Miami Beach, for the Democratic nomination to succeed Republican Attorney General Bill McCollum, who’s running for governor. GOP candidates for AG include Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp.

fop-starSays FOP Florida President James Preston: “Dave Aronberg’s history of commitment to public service, and his legislative record of giving special attention to the area of public safety has earned this valuable endorsement. His experience as an assistant attorney general and his leadership in the Legislature as an advocate for public safety and on behalf of law enforcement make him a perfect fit to serve as Florida’s next chief law enforcement official…We are confident in the leadership that Dave Aronberg will bring to the office of Attorney General.”

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3 Responses to “Aronberg snags Fraternal Order of Police endorsement in Dem AG primary”

  1. Dave a Fraud Says:

    Dave Aronberg is a fraud who only cares about his own political career and not the people of Florida. He will sell out our rights with 2009 Senate Bill 360 where he allows the developers to cut up the state. Or the countless times he votes with Republicans killing our schools, courts, oil drilling, and every other aspects of our state.

    Please Do Not Vote for Him

  2. Whatawonderfulworld Says:

    Way to go Dave…he is the best!

  3. Parents for Gelber Says:

    Sen. Dan Gelber spoke at the annual North County Dems breakfast in Jupiter this morning and won over lots of new PB Co. supporters. He’s tough, he supports public education, and he has lots of experience as a federal prosecutor. And, Dan has the mother of all law enforcement endorsements: Janet Reno. If Dave Aronberg thinks he has a lock on Palm Beach County Democrats he better think again . . .

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