Concerned with the future of public safety in Seneca County, three police unions have endorsed Seneca County District Attorney Barry Porsch who is running for re-election on the Republican and Democratic lines.
In a press release, the New York State Police Investigators Association, Local 4, International Union of Police Associations, stated, “It is with great honor that we strongly endorse your candidacy for Seneca County District Attorney.”
The Investigators Association stated, “During these years you have been dedicated in the fight against crime. Your hard work and fairness distinguishes you from others while pursuing justice with ultimate integrity. Your years of experience practicing the multiple arenas of law, your positive involvement in the community and your family commitment are qualities that set you apart from others as the best qualified candidate for Seneca County District Attorney.”
The Investigators Association represents more than 2,000 active and retired Bureau of Criminal Investigation members of the State Police.
Porsch stated that he meets daily with State Police investigators and is honored to have their support.
In a press release, the Police Benevolent Association of the New York State Troopers stated, “It is with careful consideration that the PBA is endorsing Barry Porsch in the election for Seneca County District Attorney. The challenges facing members of the law enforcement community are greater than ever before, and we need individuals like Barry Porsch in leadership positions to help law enforcement officers better serve the residents of New York State.”
The Troopers PBA represents more than 6,000 active and retired uniformed members of the New York State Police.
Porsch stated that he is honored to have the support of troopers who put their lives on the line every day for us.
The Seneca Falls Police Benevolent Association has also endorsed District Attorney Barry Porsch for re-election. Officer Christopher Denny, President of the Seneca Falls PBA, announced the endorsement. Porsch responded that he is proud to receive the support of his home-town police officers.