The Georgia Fraternal Order of Police endorsed Tyler Harper for Agriculture Commissioner.
The Fraternal Order of Police’s endorsement comes on the heels of the Police Benevolent Association of Georgia’s endorsement and shows that law enforcement officers throughout the state are lining up to support Tyler in his run for Agriculture Commissioner. In the State Senate, Tyler served as the Chairman of the Public Safety Committee for three years, and for the last five years, has been acting as the committee Vice-Chair, working daily to ensure the law enforcement community has the tools, funding, and resources they need to succeed and to keep Georgia families and farmers safe. As Agriculture Commissioner, Tyler will continue to partner with our men and women in law enforcement to protect our consumers and keep Georgia families safe. To view the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police’s endorsement, click HERE.
Tyler Harper said, “I am proud and humbled to receive the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police’s endorsement in our campaign for Agriculture Commissioner. I am confident that there has never been a time more important than now for Georgians to unite and support our men and women in uniform. Our law enforcement officers are valiant heroes who put their lives on the line daily to ensure communities from urban to rural Georgia are safe. As a State Senator, I was proud to champion legislation that empowered law enforcement and gave them the resources they needed to perform at the highest level. As Agriculture Commissioner, I will continue working with the law enforcement community to protect Georgia consumers, keep Georgia families safe, and advance Georgia’s number one industry.”
The Georgia Fraternal Order of Police
The Voice of Law Enforcement Professionals: The Georgia Fraternal Order of Police is committed to improving the working conditions of law enforcement officers and the safety of those we serve through education, legislation, information, community involvement, and employee representation. The Georgia Fraternal Order of Police is made up of 33 local Lodges and 5,000+ members spread out around the State of Georgia.