New City, NY – Ed Day, Rockland County Executive today announced the endorsement of the Rockland County Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association. Founded in 1966, the Rockland County PBA represents the men and women of the Clarkstown, Orangetown, Piermont, South Nyack-Grand View, Spring Valley, Stony Point, and Suffern Police Departments.
“I am pleased to have the support of our men and women in uniform who have been a strong partner with my administration to assure the safety and security of the people and businesses of Rockland County. As a former law enforcement officer, I know first-hand the tremendous amount of risk these good people take every day. I thank them for their support, but more importantly, I thank them for the brave and selfless work they do for the people of Rockland,” said Day.
In issuing the endorsement, Larry Ayers, PBA President said, “Your commitment to law enforcement is well recognized and we believe you are well qualified to serve the people of Rockland County. We look forward to continuing to work with you towards the same goal of a safer Rockland County.”
Ed Day is seeking his third term as Rockland County Executive. During his tenure he has turned an inherited $138 million deficit into a surplus, created the Rockland Center for Codes Investigations, and led Rockland through the COVID-19 pandemic through his “Safety First, People Always” initiative.