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36,000-member Florida PBA endorses Aronberg for attorney general in Dem primary

by George Bennett | June 11th, 2010

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State Sen. Dave Aronberg, D-Greenacres, picked up the endorsement of the 36,000-member Florida Police Benevolent Association for his Democratic primary against state Sen. Dan Gelber, D-Miami Beach.

Aronberg also snagged the Dem primary endorsement of the state Fraternal Order of Police last fall.

The PBA also endorsed Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp in the Republican primary for attorney general.

In addition to its attorney general primary endorsements, the PBA issued three endorsements for the general election: Democrats Alex Sink for governor and Loranne Ausley for chief financial officer and Republican Adam Putnam for commissioner of agriculture.

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3 Responses to “36,000-member Florida PBA endorses Aronberg for attorney general in Dem primary”

  1. Don't Believe It Says:

    What was the vote count? What you probably mean is the “leaders” of these groups endorse these candidates. Everyone knows democrats are soft on criminals. I have many friends who are cops and they’re all republicans.

  2. Reader Says:

    This means that the Aronberg will continue to support police pensions that cost the state and county residents big bucks.

    WHO THE HELL CARES ABOUT PBA, ALL THEY WANT IS AN INCREASE IN YOUR TAXES TO BENEFIT THEIR SALARIES, PENSIONS, HEALTHCARE.

    It’s union thuggery.

    DON’T VOTE FOR ARONBERG!

  3. Don't Drink the Cool Aid Says:

    I guess we know who will be working for the Unions to prop-up their unsistainable benefit plans….time to say good-bye to Aronberg.

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