Connecticut firefighters and policemen endorse Bjornberg

Lyme – Democratic State Senate Candidate Emily Bjornberg announced that the police officers and firefighters of the Connecticut Police and Fire Union, as well as the Uniformed Professional Firefighters Association of Connecticut, have endorsed her for the 33rd State Senate District.

“Emily Bjornberg is an exciting candidate and a passionate advocate for her community,” said Glenn Terlecki, president of the Connecticut Police and Fire Union, in a statement. “She is committed to promoting and preserving public safety, and can be counted on to ensure our firefighters and policemen have the support they need to carry out their duties and get the job done,”

The Connecticut Police and Fire Union (CPFU), IUPA Local-74/IAFF Local S-15, is comprised of over 900 public safety professionals employed across the state.

Bjornberg is running against State Sen. Art Linares, R-Westbrook, and Green Party candidate Colin Bennett.

The 33rd District encompasses Chester, Clinton, Colchester, Deep River, East Haddam, East Hampton, Essex, Haddam, Lyme, Old Saybrook, Portland and Westbrook.

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