Westchester County Superior Corrections Officers Association & Corrections Benevolent Association cite strong record of delivering for local correction officers

VALHALLA, NY – Since taking office in 2015 State Senator Terrence Murphy has been a leading voice on the floor of the State Senate for the men and women of law enforcement. The men and women who serve Westchester County as correction officers are no exception and endorsed Senator Murphy’s re-election bid on Wednesday afternoon. Working together, Senator Murphy has delivered critical funding to improve safety within the Westchester County prison as well as advance legislative initiatives pertinent to correction officers in Westchester County and across New York State.

State Senator Terrence Murphy accepted the endorsement saying, “Thank you so much to the Westchester County Superior Officers and the Westchester County Correction’s Benevolent Association. We should never forget about our correction officers who are the people taking care of our some of our most vulnerable neighbors.”

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Bruce Donnelly, President of the Westchester County Superior Corrections Officers Association said, “We as correction officers proudly stand in support of State Senator Terrence Murphy. No one works harder for the residents of the 40th Senate District and no one has done more to show their support for law enforcement. He has answered the call time and again, whether with funding for safety equipment or support legislatively. Senator Murphy is a true public servant and we look forward to working with him for another term in the State Senate.”

Alonzo West, President of the Westchester County Corrections Benevolent Association added, “We proudly endorse Senator Murphy’s re-election campaign. From combating the heroin epidemic, to delivering the Hudson Valley’s first Center of Excellence, he has proven to be a leader not just for Westchester County, but for New York State. His support of law enforcement is unprecedented and we thank him for all he has done and will continue to do for the law enforcement community.”

Senator Murphy has already garnered numerous endorsements including:

Affiliated Police Associations of Westchester-Putnam AFL-CIO
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees
Asbestos Workers Local 91
Boilermakers Local 5
Bricklayers & Allied Crafts Local 5
Bridge & Structural Steel Painters Local 806
Building and Construction Trades Council of New York State AFL-CIO
Building and Construction Trades Council of Westchester-Putnam AFL-CIO
Civil Service Employees Association of New York State Local 1000
Civil Service Employees Association of Westchester County Local 9200
Council of Administrators & Supervisors
Detectives Endowment Association
Elevator Constructors Local 1
Empire State Supervisors & Administrators Association
Fire Marshal Benevolent Association of Nassau County
Hudson Valley Area Labor Federation AFL-CIO
IAFF Local 2956 Lake Mohegan Professional Firefighters
IAFF Local 628 Yonkers Fire
IBEW Electrical Workers Local 3
IBEW Electrical Workers Local 363
IBEW Electrical Workers Local 363
Iron Workers Local 40
Iron Workers Local 417
Ironworkers Local 197 Derrickmen and Riggers
IUOE Operating Engineers Local 137
IUOE Operating Engineers Local 15
IUOE Operating Engineers Local 30
IUPAT Local 262 Operative Plasterers
IUPAT Local 7 Title, Marble & Terrazzo
IUPAT Local 8A-28A Metal Polishers
IUPAT Local Union 1087 Glaziers
IUPAT Painters District Council 9
LiUNA Local 235 Building Laborers
LiUNA Local 60 Road Laborers
LiUNA Local 669 Road Sprinkler Fitters
Mason Tenders District Council Of Greater New York & Long Island
Metallic Lathers and Reinforcing Ironworkers Local 46
MTA Police Benevolent Association
Nassau County Deputy Sheriff’s Benevolent Association Inc.
Nassau County Police Medic Association Inc.
Nassau County Sheriff’s Correction Officers Benevolent Association
New York City Uniformed Fire Officers Local 854 AFL-CIO
New York State AFL-CIO
New York State Conference of the International Union of Operating Engineers
New York State Laborers Union
New York State Nurses Association
New York State Pipe Trades Association
New York State Public Employees Federation
New York State Troopers PBA
Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters
Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters
Painters District Council 9
Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association
PBA of NYS
Police Conference of New York
Sheet Metal Workers Local 137
Sheet Metal Workers Local 38 JATC
Suffolk County Correction Officers Association
Supreme Court Officers Association
Teamsters Joint Council 16
Teamsters Local 456
Teamsters Local 813
Teamsters Local 814
UA Plumbers & Steamfitters Local 21
UBC Millwright & Machinery Erectors Local Union 740
UBCJA Local 1456 Dockbuilders
UBCJA Local 2287 Resilient Floor Coverers
UFA of Greater New York (FDNY) Local 94 IAFF
Unfiromed EMS Officers Union, L ocal 3621 – FDNY
Uniformed EMT’s, Paramedics and Inspectors Local 2507 FDNY
Uniformed Fire Alarm Dispatcers Benevolent Association FDNY
United Cement Masons Union Local 780
United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers Local 8
Utility Workers of America Local 1-2
Westchester County Correction Officers Benevolent Association
Westchester County Correction Superior Officers Benevolent Association
Westchester County PBA
Westchester Putnam Central Labor Body AFL-CIO
Yonkers PBA