Opponent Paul Tonko yet to receive any support

Schenectady, NY – Today, Liz Joy, who is running for Congress in New York’s 20th Congressional District announced that she has received the endorsement of The Albany County Deputy Sheriff’s Road Patrol Council 3872, which is the 8th prominent law enforcement organization to support her candidacy.

Joy lauded the support saying, “I am honored to receive the endorsement of The Albany County Deputy Sheriff’s Road Patrol Council. Rapidly rising crime is one of the most urgent issues facing New York and we must do everything we can to provide our police and first responders with the tools and resources needed to keep the community safe. My opponent, Paul Tonko’s record of coddling criminals and supporting bail reform has made the job of our law enforcement officers harder than ever. In Congress, I will fight for the men and women who keep us safe.”

“It is with careful consideration that the men and women who make up the Albany County Deputy Sheriff’s Road Patrol is endorsing Liz Joy for election to the U.S Congress 20th District. Liz is a wife, a mother and a grandmother who stands up for less government mandates, safer schools and supports law enforcement. Liz recognizes the challenges that the law enforcement community are facing every day, and we need individuals like Liz Joy in top leadership positions to work with and provide strong support to help deputy’s better serve the residents of Albany County,” said Robert Evers, President, Local 3872 Albany County Deputy Sheriff’s Road Patrol.