Pasadena Firefighters and Police Officers Endorse Steve Madison for City Council

Madison at the annual Pancake Breakfast hosted by the Linda Vista Annandale Association and Fire Station 38 in October. – Courtesy photo / Facebook, @CouncilmemberSteveMadison

Councilmember Steve Madison announced this week that he has received the endorsement of Pasadena Firefighters Local 809 and the Pasadena Police Officers’ Association. “Public safety has always been one of my highest priorities. I’m deeply gratified to have the support of the men and women who work to keep Pasadena safe.” said Madison.

In a statement released with the endorsement Local 809’s President Scott Austin said “Steve understands the key role our Fire Fighters play in keeping the residents of Pasadena safe. He has worked tirelessly to ensure that Pasadena maintains excellent fire, paramedic and emergency services. On behalf of the men and women who are proud to be on the front lines of public safety every day, we ask you to join us in supporting Steve Madison for City Council.”

Pasadena Police Officers’ Association President Roger Roldan said “Steve is committed to public safety and recognizes the importance of community policing. He has worked hard to build a strong relationship between residents and the police department and particularly the individual officers who patrol our streets. We ask the citizens of Pasadena to join us in supporting Steve Madison for City Council.”

December 17, 2019

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ONE COMMENT ON THIS POST To “Pasadena Firefighters and Police Officers Endorse Steve Madison for City Council”

  1. Richard Luczyski says:

    Just wondering how many Police and Fire fighters are registered to vote in the Pasadena Elections? Why should their endorsement mean so much more than those of residents who can vote in the city? My guess might be the financial support they give more than their votes? After all both organizations are paid to do a good job for the city and should remain neutral giving endorsements unless a majority of their personal actually live and vote in the city ?

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