IBPO Endorses Hazlewood For House District 27 Seat

Monday, July 21, 2014
Patsy Hazlewood has been endorsed by the International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO) Local #673 for Tennessee State Representative of District 27. Membership of the IBPO local chapter includes police officers from throughout Chattanooga and Hamilton County.

"The IBPO has always placed a priority in the development of family and community in our region," said Rob Simmons, IBPO Local #673 President. "With Patsy's track record, we feel as though she will be an investment in the future of District 27 and we endorse her as our future representative.

"Patsy is a proven leader and has experience as Tennessee's regional business/economic development director. She is also an ambassador and organizer in our community."

Ms. Hazlewood said, "To have earned the high opinion and faith of the men and women of the International Brotherhood of Police Officers is an incredible honor. I share the officers' commitment to making our community safe and strong for our families and businesses."


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