Six Additional Police Unions Back Santos in New York’s Third Congressional District

Santos earns the backing of another 6 law enforcement unions on Long Island in his bid for Congress

(New York, October 28th, 2022) – Republican Congressional Candidate George Santos has earned another 6 law enforcement endorsements from police unions across New York’s Third Congressional District and across Long Island. 


“Law enforcement across New York is tired of being demonized by the Democrat Party.” Santos said. “They see that the DC elitists will never have their back, which is why they trust me to be a voice for them in Washington. These men and women make it their job to protect us, so I am making it my mission to protect them. I will be a firm advocate for federally funding our law enforcement and ensuring that they have the resources they need to protect themselves and our law-abiding citizens. The crime trickling in from New York City is impacting our area at record levels. This crisis must be stopped immediately through common sense solutions to keep us safe from rogue and anti-police Democrat policies.”


The New York member units in New York’s Third District that endorsed Santos include: 


-Kings Point PBA

-Lake Success PBA

-Glen Cove PBA

-Lloyd Harbor PBA

-Sands Point PBA

-Oyster Bay Cove PBA


The people of New York have spoken and it is clear that crime is the top issue this November. George Santos is proud to have the support of local law enforcement and he looks forward to working alongside them to ensure the safety of New York’s Third Congressional District.


Santos has compiled endorsements from numerous law enforcement agencies across Nassau County and New York City, including the NYC DA Investigators PBA, NYC Retired Transit Police Association, NYPD Captains Endowment Association, NYPD Detectives Endowment Association, NYPD Lieutenant Endowment Association, NYPD Sergeants Benevolent Association,  the Nassau County PBA, Nassau County Detectives’ Association, Nassau County Superior Officers Association, and the Nassau County Correctional Officers Association. He also has the support of the Suffolk County PBA.