February 10, 2016

Corona Police Officers' Association Endorses General Roth for Re-Election

In a resounding move, Corona's Finest vote to back General Roth; praise his bipartisan leadership in "getting the job done" for Inland Southern California

(Corona, CA) -- The Corona Police Officers' Association has endorsed General Richard Roth for re-election to the State Senate.
"General Roth has been a strong advocate for law enforcement, fighting for the resources we need to keep our communities safe," said CPOA President Jim Auck. "We admire General Roth's commitment to public service and bipartisan leadership in getting the job done for Inland Southern California. Police officers are proud to endorse General Roth for re-election. We look forward to continuing our work together to protect our families, our schools and our neighborhoods."

CPOA represents the frontline of public safety in the City of Corona: those who proudly wear the badge and are responsible for the protection and safety of Corona's nearly 153,000 residents and visitors.
"It is truly an honor to receive the unequivocal support of the men and women who put their lives on the line every day to keep Corona and our region safe," said General Roth. "Ensuring our communities are a safe place to raise our families has always been one of my top priorities and most solemn responsibilities, both during my 32 years in the Air Force and as State Senator. I will continue to stand up for those who protect and serve our communities and I am proud to have CPOA's strong support."
With CPOA's endorsement, General Roth's campaign continues to see a groundswell of bipartisan support from numerous public safety officials and organizations. These include Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff, District Attorney Michael Hestrin, the California Professional Firefighters and the California Association of Highway Patrolmen. All have praised General Roth's continued commitment to making California an even safer place to live, work and play, and have praised his bipartisan leadership in ensuring public safety has the resources it needs to accomplish that goal.

Contact: Lisa Gasperoni
(916) 803-0433


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