Matt Rahn gets key public safety endorsement – California Correctional Peace Officers’ Association

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TEMECULA – Republican Assembly candidate Matt Rahn, R-71, received the endorsement of the 31,000 member California Correctional Peace Officers’ Association.

“We look forward to assisting you in your victory, and to working with you in the California Legislature on all of the issues that affect our members and every other Californian,” CCPOA President Glenn Stailey said.

The CCPOA is one of the leading public safety groups in the state. They join the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs, California Coalition of Law Enforcement Associations, Riverside Sheriffs’ Association, Murrieta Police Officers Association, Police Officers Research Association of California and Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco in support of Mayor Matt Rahn for Assembly.

“I am honored to be known as law enforcement’s choice for Assembly and to have the backing of CCPOA,” Rahn said. “Crime is on the rise across California, and we need to take immediate action to support our peace officers and toughen our laws to keep dangerous criminals locked up.”

Rahn currently serves as mayor of Temecula, the 16th safest city in the U.S. where he lives with his wife and daughter. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Nevada – Reno, a doctorate from University of California Davis and a law degree from the University of San Diego.

Submitted by Matt Rahn.