Chad Lupinacci, the Republican, Conservative, Independence, and Working Families Party candidate for the New York State Assembly, 10th District, is pleased to announce that he has been endorsed by the Police Conference of New York, Inc.
Upon receiving the endorsement, Chad remarked: “A major aspect of my campaign is to reduce crime in the community. I want parents to be assured that they can raise their children in a safe and secure environment, free from the constant threat of violence. As Assemblyman, I will work hand-in-hand with the police to accomplish this objective. I am pleased that the Police Conference of New York, Inc., agrees that I am the candidate that best represents their interests.”
The Police Conference of New York, Inc. represents the interests of 230 police associations, plus 8 regional police conferences and one retired police association, with a total membership of 25,000.
Chad has also been endorsed by Newsday, the Suffolk County Correction Officers Association, the New York State Fraternal Order of Police, the Suffolk County Police Benevolent Association, the Suffolk County Superior Officers Association, the Suffolk County Police Conference, the Suffolk County Detectives Association, the Suffolk County Detective Investigators P.B.A., the Italian American Political Action Committee of New York, State Senator John Flanagan, State Senator Carl Marcellino, Assemblyman Andrew Raia, Huntington Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia, Huntington Town Councilman Mark Mayoka, and Huntington Town Councilman Eugene Cook.
Chad is a lifelong resident of South Huntington and a 1997 graduate of Walt Whitman High School. He is a full-time professor at Farmingdale State College and an adjunct professor at St. Joseph’s College and Hofstra University, where he received his B.A. in 2001(summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa), his J.D. from the Hofstra University School of Law, and his M.B.A. from the Frank G. Zarb School of Business.
The 10th Assembly District includes the hamlets of Cold Spring Harbor, Dix Hills, Greenlawn, Huntington, Huntington Station, Lloyd Harbor, Melville, South Huntington and West Hills in the Town of Huntington as well as part of Farmingdale in the Town of Babylon.