News release from the Liz Brown for Senate campaign:
Professional Fire Fighters Union Endorses Brown for Senate
Brown’s Commitment to Public Safety Key Factor
(September 22, 2014) – The Professional Fire Fighters Union of Indiana (PFFUI) has endorsed Liz Brown for Indiana Senate District 15. In a letter announcing the endorsement, PFFUI’s President, Thomas Hanify, and Vice-President, Michael Whited, wrote:
“The PFFUI would like to thank you for your efforts and support for issues that affect firefighters. Your commitment to Public Safety during your time on the Fort Wayne City Council showed that you will be a Senator who works to improve training standards, safety standards, and protect public pensions. Firefighters and their families are proud to call you a friend.”
“I’m thrilled to have the support of the Professional Fire Fighters Union of Indiana,” stated Brown. “Government has a responsibility to uphold the public safety of its citizens. Our local firefighters work tirelessly to protect our homes and livelihoods, and I would be proud to represent them in Indianapolis.”
“PFFUI’s endorsement of Liz shows she is the best candidate to represent Indiana Senate District 15,” shared Veronica Wilson, Liz Brown for Senate campaign manager. “Liz has the respect and support of a broad coalition of Hoosiers.”
The PFFUI is affiliated with the international association of fire fighters and the Indiana State AFL-CIO.
About Liz Brown
Liz Brown, Republican candidate for Senate District 15, believes in U.S. Constitutional conservative principles like fiscal responsibility and limited government that have made Indiana a great place to do business and raise a family. Brown served on the Fort Wayne City Council from 2008-2011. She has a long history of community involvement including roles with Boys and Girls Clubs, Cub Scouts, Parkview Hospital Ethics Committee, Notre Dame Club of Fort Wayne and various school boards. As a registered Civil and Domestic Mediator with her own mediation business, Liz maintains a number of associations in the legal field. Liz and her husband of 32 years, Steve, have seven children.