Skorman is public safety's man

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Richard Skorman scored a major victory today, earning the endorsements of both the Colorado Springs Police Department and the Colorado Springs Professional Firefighters Association.

With public safety always a hot botton issue in the city budget process, the endorsements are a good sign for Skorman. And it doesn't hurt that both groups also contributed to Skorman's campaign.

February 10, 2011

PUBLIC SAFETY ASSOCIATIONS ENDORSE SKORMAN

COLORADO SPRINGS POLICE PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION AND COLORADO SPRINGS PROFESSIONAL FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION STAND BEHIND SKORMAN

Richard Skorman, candidate for Colorado Springs Mayor received an official endorsement from The Colorado Springs Police Protective Association and Colorado Springs Professional Firefighters Association today.

Here’s what the leaders of those two groups said about the Skorman endorsement:

“The Colorado Springs Police Protective Association is proud to endorse Richard Skorman for

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Mayor of Colorado Springs. We believe that Mr. Skorman has a proven and tested track record of looking out for the best interests of the citizens of this city. His vision for Colorado Springs is broad and inclusive and reaches out to all demographic groups. Our organization believes that Richard Skorman is the best candidate to lead our city into a challenging future.”

—Pete Tomitsch, President of the CSPPA

"Richard has an established track record of advocating for the resources Colorado Springs Professional Firefighters need to safely and efficiently protect the citizens of Colorado Springs."

—Jeremy Kroto, President of the Colorado Springs Professional Firefighters Association

Both groups also contributed to Skorman’s campaign. The CSPPA donated $10,000 and the Firefighters donated $2,400.


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