NC Police Benevolent Association Endorses Donna White For House District 26

The North Carolina Police Benevolent Association has endorsed incumbent Rep. Donna White for re-election to the NC House District 26.

Rep. White of Clayton was one of several candidates recently interviewed by the NC PBA and later endorsed.

After learning the new Rep. White said, “Since being elected to the NC House I have interacted with many associations and their governmental affairs leadership. The PBA ranks very high in their relationship building, straightforwardness, guidance and support. This legislator is so privileged to have the PBA as a part of my team and the members of the PBA are blessed to be represented by your organization.”

President of the North Carolina Division Randy Byrd said, “We are proud to endorse Rep. Donna White in her re-election bid for House District 26.  Rep. White has an exemplary record of public service and is a recipient of our ‘Legislative Excellence’ award for her tireless work on behalf of law enforcement officers.  The citizens of Johnson County will be well served by returning her for a second term in the General Assembly.”

The North Carolina Police Benevolent Association is a division of the Southern States Police Benevolent Association, a not-for-profit professional organization dedicated to improving the law enforcement profession. As the largest law enforcement association in North Carolina, the North Carolina PBA has been active in North Carolina for over 25 years. PBA members are full-time or retired employees of the various federal, state, county and municipal law enforcement and correctional agencies in North Carolina.  This professional association, funded by membership dues and citizen contributions, provides legal, legislative, disciplinary and other representation to member officers as well as an accidental death benefit to members’ beneficiaries.  The North Carolina PBA is very active in the political process and is proud to have supported, had sponsored, or passed into law more law enforcement legislation than all other law enforcement groups combined.