Morroni, Waters, Cops Endorse Bradbury in Pinellas Park
Sandra Bradbury is running for her fourth term as Pinellas Park mayor.
PINELLAS PARK – Sandra Bradbury has collected three endorsements in her run for reelection as Pinellas Park’s mayor.
Pinellas County Commissioner John Morroni, Seminole Mayor Leslie Waters and the Fraternal Order of Police have endorsed her.
“I’m very thankful they have faith in me,” Bradbury said.
Morroni praised Bradbury’s willingness to listen.
“It’s an honor and a pleasure to write this letter of endorsement for your upcoming reelection in 2018,” Morroni wrote in a Dec. 12 letter to Bradbury. “You have shown great concern for the residents of the community and your willingness to listen to constituent issues are commendable. I am writing today to show my allegiance and support for you.”
Waters applauded her dedication to good governance.
“I have known Sandy for many years and she has always been supportive of ‘all things Pinellas Park,'” Waters wrote in a Nov. 26 letter. “She is currently president of the Pinellas County Mayors Council, where she has been active in advocating the Florida Legislature on the importance of ‘constitutional home rule.’ The Pinellas Mayors Council has 25 members spanning three counties and represents over 1 million citizens.
“Mayor Sandy Bradbury has also served as the president of the Suncoast League of Cities, facilitating forums and conversations toward educating and empowering elected leaders of West Central Florida municipalities.
“As a member of the Florida League of Cities, she also offers her voice in developing legislative proposals that will strengthen the ability of cities to govern.
“Mayor Bradbury’s commitment to public service while serving on the Pinellas Park City Council is admirable. Her 16 years on council, representing over 52,000 citizens is a source of pride to her. Her goal has always been helping to move her city forward.”
The FOP, which represents Pinellas Park police officers also endorsed Bradbury, saying in an undated letter written by Dennis Weaver, lodge president, “Your continued support and backing of the Pinellas Park Police Department is appreciated by the officers, sergeants and FOP.”
Bradbury is seeking her fourth term as Pinellas Park mayor. She is facing a challenge by retired Pinellas Park police Officer Donna Saxer.
The non-partisan election is March 13. The last day to register to vote in the Pinellas Park election is Feb. 12.
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