Endorsement ranks continue to grow

Vote NO on 34 received 3 new endorsers today, all from the law enforcement community. Jason Melschau, President of the Huntington Beach Police Officers Association; Southern California Alliance of Law Enforcement; Anaheim Police Association; These individuals and groups stand with victims and urge “NO ON 34″

New Endorsements to “NO ON 34″

Today two more District Attorneys join the growing number of District Attorneys, Law Enforcement Groups and Victims Advocates to urge “NO on 34″ this November.

New Endorsement for Vote NO 34

Another law enforcement official endorses the campaign and sides with victims.  Vote NO on Prop 34!  Francisco Soria, President-Stanislaus Sworn Deputies Association.    

New Endorsement Announcement

Yolo County Sheriffs Management Association has joined with law enforcement groups from across California to urge voters to say “NO on Prop 34″

Police Organizations Endorse “No on 34″

Woodland Professional Peace Employees Association and West Sacramento Police Officers Association joined the growing number of law enforcement organizations to endorse “No on 34″ to hold murderers to justice.

New Endorsement urges “NO on Prop 34″

San Diegans Against Crime, the PAC of the San Diego DDAs, has endorsed the effort to protect victims and law enforcement by saying “NO on Prop 34″

New Endorsement

The California Association of Highway Patrol becomes the latest endorser of the “NO on Prop 34″ campaign.

District Attorney’s join effort to stand for victims and urge “No On Prop 34″

Check out the Endorsements page to see all of the new endorsers of the effort to protect victims and say “No On Prop 34″.


Riverside County Deputy District Attorney Association (RCDDAA) joins “Californians for Justice and Public Safety” to protect California’s death penalty. http://rcddaa.org/riverside-county-deputy-district-attorneys-show-support-for-death-penalty-in-california/

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