Bradford’s business leadership and government experienced praised; Fire fighters acknowledge he will stand by them in the North Carolina Legislature.
Cornelius, NC: NC State House District 98 candidate John R. Bradford, III, today announced the endorsement of his campaign by the Charlotte Fire Fighters Association (CFFA). Bradford’s campaign continues to gain momentum by garnering impressive public endorsements as November 4th approaches.
“The brave men and women serving as fire fighters put their lives on the line every day for their community,” said Bradford. “I know that the relationship between fire fighters and community leaders must be one of trust, respect, compromise, and understanding. As a Cornelius Town Commissioner I have voted consistently to ensure a safer community and have supported our fire fighters at every opportunity. I will continue to do the same in the North Carolina Legislature.”
As Mecklenburg County’s most active and involved fire fighters association, the CFFA works every day to represent the needs and interests of our community’s men and women who serve in fire departments. Located in the Palmer Building in Charlotte, the CFFA helps promote positive relationships between their members and political leadership. More information is available, including their candidate recommendations, on their website at www.cffa660.org.
Tom Brewer, CFFA President was most impressed with Bradford’s honesty and commitment to fire fighters. “John’s proven business leadership and government experience made it very clear to us that he works for those he represents. We are honored to endorse the candidacy of John Bradford for the 98th District in the NC House,” said Brewer. “His established track record of always being available to talk with myself and our membership about our issues affirms that he is and will always be committed to standing by the men and women who risk their lives every day for their community.”
With this endorsement Bradford is the only NC House District 98 candidate recognized as a supporter of men and women in uniform. Please visit the Elect Bradford Endorsement page to see all of his endorsements.