OCILLA – Today, the Police Benevolent Association of Georgia endorsed Tyler Harper for Agriculture Commissioner. This marks a significant endorsement for Tyler’s campaign and shows that police officers and law enforcement across the state support his run for Agriculture Commissioner. In the State Senate, Tyler served as the Chairman of the Public Safety Committee for 3 years, and for the last 5 years has been serving as the committee Vice-Chair, working every day to ensure law enforcement officers have the resources they need to succeed and to keep Georgia families and farms safe. As Agriculture Commissioner, Tyler will continue to work hand in hand with our heroes in law enforcement to protect our consumers and keep Georgia families safe. To view the PBA’s endorsement, click HERE.
Tyler Harper said, “I am humbled and honored to receive the endorsement from the Police Benevolent Association of Georgia in our campaign for Agriculture Commissioner. While Democrats continually undermine our law enforcement officers and look for ways to defund them, I am proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with our men and women in uniform and back the blue. Our law enforcement officers put their lives on the line daily to ensure communities, from rural to urban Georgia, remain safe. As a State Senator, I was proud to champion legislation that consistently enabled our law enforcement to perform at the highest level. As Agriculture Commissioner, I will continue to work hand in hand with our law enforcement agencies to protect Georgia consumers, keep Georgia families safe, and advance Georgia’s number one industry.”
Joe Naia, Division President, Police Benevolent Association of Georgia said, “Tyler Harper is a proud supporter of the men and women of our law enforcement community. His knowledge of critical issues regarding those protecting our communities makes Tyler the perfect choice for our endorsement. The Police Benevolent Association of Georgia is proud to stand behind Tyler Harper and encourages citizens of Georgia to do the same at the polls.”