Pinellas Park Firefighters Endorse Bradbury in Mayor’s Race
Sandra Bradbury is running for her fourth term as Pinellas Park mayor.
PINELLAS PARK – Sandra Bradbury picked up her fourth endorsement in her race to retain the mayor’s seat with the support of the Pinellas Park firefighters.
“The Pinellas Park Fire Fighters are proud to announce their official endorsement of Sandra Bradbury for the 2018 Mayor’s race,” wrote Nick DelGrosso, president of the Pinellas Park Firefighters Local 2193.
“Sandra has always been very public safety oriented and understands what firefighters need to keep them and the public safe. She has attended two of our Fire-Ops events; these consist of wearing our gear and entering a heated smoke-filled environment, vehicle extrication, and search and rescue drills. She knows how important it is that we have good reliable equipment to help our citizens stay safe.
“Sandra has proven herself as a leader in this city for many years and we will assist her in any way that we can to help keep this city moving forward.”
Bradbury has already been endorsed by the Pinellas Park branch of the Fraternal Order of Police, Pinellas County Commissioner John Morroni and Seminole Mayor Leslie Waters.
Bradbury is facing a challenge from retired Pinellas Park police officers Donna Saxer.
The nonpartisan election is March 13. The last day to register to vote in the Pinellas Park election is Feb. 12.
For information about Bradbury, go to facebook.com.
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