“These important distinctions send a strong message to voters that I have been and will always be committed to ensuring safe schools and communities for all residents.”
DOYLESTOWN, PA – Marguerite Quinn, candidate for State Senate in the 10th District Pennsylvania, today announced that she has been endorsed by the Bucks County Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 53 for the upcoming November 6th General Election.
The Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 53 represents law enforcement officers from across Bucks County.
Quinn also announced that she has earned the Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America distinction of “Gun Sense Candidate.” Moms Demand Action is a national, grassroots organizations that works for common sense solutions to the issue of gun violence while still supporting the 2nd Amendment.
“I am honored to received these important distinctions and think they send a strong message to voters that I have been and will always be committed to ensuring safe schools and communities for all residents. As a mom and a legislator, I understand the concerns of so many families over the issue of safety, and my record is one of achieving pragmatic, bipartisan results for our communities,” Quinn said. “By focusing on building solutions rather than playing politics, I have been able to make a difference and, as Senator, I will continue to work to keep our Bucks County communities the special places they are today.”