The Brentwood Police Officers’ Association (BPOA) has announced its endorsement and support of two of the candidates running for the two available seats on Brentwood’s City Council in the upcoming election.
After interviewing all five of the candidates in the race, and hosting a forum for the candidates to speak with our members, the BPOA made the decision to endorse John Fink and Claudette Staton.
The BPOA is committed to proactive community involvement, and building relationships with community members seeking to hold elected positions in our city, county, and state. Our primary concern is supporting candidates who when elected to office, will support public safety and protect the quality of life in Brentwood.
Officer Eric Huesman, BPOA President, stated, “It is our belief that Claudette Staton and John Fink are the candidates who will best support our interests in keeping Brentwood neighborhoods and families safe.”
Huesman added, “For those of us who go out and put our personal safety at risk to keep our communities safe, it is important to know we’ll have people at the top supporting our efforts. Our City’s police officers highly recommend Claudette and John, and we invite voters to join us in electing them to City Council.”
The following was a press release by the Brentwood Police Officers Association