(Hour 1b) Joyce Craig 2 Joyce Craig has ignored or declined invitations to come on the show and talk about her run for mayor.

She has gotten endorsements from the city’s police unions.  What does that mean with contract negotiations on the horizon?  We want to see change!  Who, in the mayoral race, will act in the best interest of the tax payers?  Scroll down below the SoundCloud player for the complete text of her announced police endorsements.

For Immediate Release

Thursday, April 23, 2015
Contact: Rahul Kale
Office: (484) 553-0649

Joyce Craig Announces Key Public Safety Endorsements

MANCHESTER – Today, Joyce Craig announced that the Manchester Police Patrolman’s Association and the Manchester Association of Police Supervisors endorsed her candidacy for Mayor of Manchester.

“Joyce has been a strong leader in Manchester and we are proud to endorse her candidacy for Mayor,” said MPPA President Ken Chamberlain.  “She has shown a history of being supportive and has demonstrated a willingness to listen to our concerns about issues in Concord that affect our ability to keep Manchester safe.  We need a Mayor that will make public safety a top priority and are confident that Joyce will provide the support we need to keep our streets safe.”

“Throughout her time on the Board of Aldermen, Joyce Craig has repeatedly proven that public safety is a top priority,” said Rich Brennan, President of the Manchester Association of Police Supervisors.  “Our forces have been short staffed, and in the past Joyce voted to hire more officers and improve public safety.  She has a proven record of supporting our law enforcement officials and we are proud to endorse her candidacy for Mayor.”

“I am honored to have the endorsement of the Manchester Police Patrolman’s Association and the Manchester Association of Police Supervisors,” said Craig. “We are fortunate to have a professional and diligent police department in this city. I have listened to constituent concerns about safety, which is why I voted last year to increase our police force to 237 officers. Moving forward, I will continue to work closely with our public safety officials to keep our streets safe and make Manchester a destination for families and businesses.”

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