Grace Hanlon endorsed by Niagara County PBA
BUFFALO – Grace M. Hanlon, longtime attorney and candidate for New York State Supreme Court Justice has received the endorsement of the Niagara County Deputy Sheriff’s Police Benevolent Association.
In a letter to their endorsed candidates including Hanlon, the PBA wrote: “Law enforcement relies on the support of public officials, and we strive to endorse the very best candidates. These candidates’ commitment to the cause of law enforcement and public safety for the citizens of Niagara County were considered while making the endorsement decisions. We believe in these candidates and wish them a successful campaign.”
In addition to the Niagara County Deputy Sheriff’s PBA, Hanlon has received widespread support from the local law enforcement community including the Police Benevolent Associations in Dunkirk, Fredonia, and Jamestown, as well as the PBA of New York State.
Two seats on the Supreme Court are up for election this November in the 8th Judicial District, which includes Allegany, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Erie, Genesee, Niagara, Orleans, and Wyoming counties. Hanlon will appear as a candidate for State Supreme Court Justice on the Democratic, Independence, and Working Families lines.