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The League for Law Enforcement Endorses Ten Pro-Police Candidates in Florida
By: The League for Law Enforcement
In this critical election year, The League for Law Enforcement has identified and endorsed candidates that promote the rule of law, support police and other law enforcement officials, and swear to uphold constitutional rights. In Florida, The League has endorsed Governor Ron DeSantis, Attorney General Ashley Moody, Senator Marco Rubio, Congressman Matt Gaetz (FL-1), Congresswoman Cat Cammack (FL-3),Congressman John Rutherford (FL-4), Congressman Michael Waltz (FL-6), Ms. Anna Paulina Luna (FL-13), Congressman Greg Steube (FL-17), and Congressman Byron Donalds (FL-19).
"We appreciate these candidates' strong support for American law enforcement, commitment to securing our nation's borders, fighting to lower inflation, and bringing attention to rising crime as a result of progressive prosecutors and judges," President Jim Fotis commented. "We are also grateful for your vital support for our Second Amendment rights, without which we are not truly free."
The League promotes the rule of law, guided by the values of the American Founders, and advocates for legislators at the federal, state, and local level who carry out their responsibilities in a manner consistent with the League's value of law and order and respect for the thin blue line.
The organization also urges all citizens in Florida that believe in the Constitution and support our brave men and women in blue to get out to the polls on or before November 8th and cast their votes for these candidates!
For more information and a full list of endorsements, visit https://leagueforsportsmenlawanddefense.com (https://leagueforsportsmenlawanddefense.com/
The League for Law Enforcement is a dba and project of The League for Sportsmen, Law Enforcement and Defense. The League for Sportsmen, Law Enforcement, and Defense is a registered nonprofit political organization and Hybrid PAC organization organized under Section 527 with the IRS. Contributions to The League are not tax deductible.