Andy Kim Receives NJ Fraternal Order of Police Endorsement

Andy Kim Receives NJ Fraternal Order of Police Endorsement


MARLTON, NJ — Today, Andy Kim announced he has been endorsed for reelection by the New Jersey Fraternal Order of Police (NJFOP).


“Throughout my time serving this district, I have met with police departments and community members to help facilitate trust and learn how we can work together to make our communities safer,” said Andy Kim. “Our police officers are the first ones to answer the call when we are in danger, and I will continue to make sure they have the resources they need to do this important work. I’m proud to have secured $32,000 in funding for the Stafford Police Department’s On POINT program and cosponsored the Protect and Serve Act. I will always work to bridge gaps and solve problems by identifying common ground and building upon a foundation of trust and our shared interest in public safety and justice.”


Andy Kim has also received endorsements for reelection from American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL–CIO), End Citizens United (ECU) / Let America Vote, Planned Parenthood Action Fund (PPAF), League of Conservation Voters (LCV), VoteVets, Giffords Foundation, Everytown for Gun Safety, Sierra Club, and Teamsters Local 676 and Joint Council 53.


Congressman Kim is proud to represent the community where he grew up. He continues to have a strong coalition of grassroots support that has been behind him since 2018 and helped him secure two historic victories. Without taking a dime of corporate PAC money, Congressman Kim’s campaign has raised more than $5 million this cycle through grassroots support. Prior to serving in Congress, Congressman Kim worked as a civilian advisor to four-star generals and at the Pentagon, and served under both Republican and Democratic Presidents. He now resides in Moorestown with his wife Kammy and two young sons.



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