Detectives’ Endowment Association Pledges Support to Elect John Quaglione to the New York City Council
Brooklyn, NY – City Council Candidate John Quaglione announced today his official endorsement by the Detectives’ Endowment Association in his bid for election to the New York City Council in the 43rd District.
“There are no greater detectives in the world then those who serve in the New York City Police Department, and as such, I am so proud to have been endorsed by the Detectives’ Endowment Association. There will be no greater champion than myself, of legislation and funding, dedicated to improving our public safety and respecting our law enforcement officers. That is why when I am elected to the City Council, my priority committee assignment would be the Public Safety Committee,” said John Quaglione.
In announcing the endorsement, President Michael Palladino and Vice President Paul DiGiacomo, Chairman of the DEA PAC, wrote “Through the years, as Deputy Chief of Staff for State Senator Marty Golden, we’ve maintained a very good working relationship with John Quaglione. We trust that he will continue to be receptive to the needs and concerns of New York’s First Responders, and we look forward to working productively with him on issues that affect both the law enforcement and labor communities.”
The Detectives’ Endowment Association has a membership of over 17,000 active and retired New York City Police Department Detectives.
John Quaglione has also been endorsed by State Senator Marty Golden, the Port Authority Sergeant’s Benevolent Association, the Uniformed Firefighters Association, the Corrections Officers’ Benevolent Association, the Uniformed Sanitationmen’s Association Local 831 (GOP Primary) and the John Jay College Republicans.
For more information on John Quaglione and his campaign, please visit votejohnq.com.