Fraternal Order Of Police Rock City Lodge Endorses Ron Parson

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

The Fraternal Order of Police Rock City Lodge officially endorsed Ron Parson for Circuit Court clerk Monday in the upcoming Republican primary election. The F.O.P. is the largest organization of sworn police officers in the country, and the Rock City Lodge #22 is the local chapter in Hamilton County.

Sean O'Brien, master police officer and president of F.O.P. Rock City, stated in a letter to Mr. Parson, “It is with sincere hope and trust that, on behalf of our membership, I can inform you that you have received the endorsement of the Fraternal Order of Police Rock City Lodge #22 for Hamilton County Circuit Court clerk. As you know, the members of Rock City Lodge #22 value the opportunity to endorse a candidate whom they believe will represent their values and vision within the realms of government service.”

Mr. Parson stated, “I am honored to receive this endorsement and look forward to being able to further the noble cause of the F.O.P. as Circuit Court clerk.”


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