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For Immediate Release: Contact: Allen Blakemore
Tuesday, February 14, 2012 713-526-3399
Anderson gains HPOU endorsement and releases video
Houston – Mike Anderson, conservative Republican candidate for Harris County District Attorney, announced that he has gained the endorsement of the Houston Police Officers’ Union.
“I am particularly pleased to announce this endorsement. The HPOU represents more than 5,000 Houston Police Officers,” Anderson said. “When elected, I will restore a strong working relationship between local law enforcement and the District Attorney’s Office.”
Ray Hunt, President of the Houston Police Officers’ Union said, “The current District Attorney has turned her back on the citizens and the entire law enforcement community. She has put politics above the public’s safety. It’s time for a change. We recommend a vote for Mike Anderson.”
The Anderson campaign released an endorsement video featuring HPOU President, Ray Hunt. It can be viewed here.
Mike Anderson is the conservative Republican candidate who is ready to return credible leadership to the office of Harris County District Attorney. Mike spent 16 years as an assistant district attorney and 12 years as judge of the 262nd Criminal District Court, including two years as the criminal district court administrative judge. He is married to Devon Anderson, a respected former prosecutor and district judge. More information is available on the web at www.AndersonDA.com.
Remember, incumbent DA Pat Lykos says that she did not seek the endorsement of any of the union bosses. Now, if you can prove otherwise…