APRIL 2, POLICE HEADQUARTERS, 10:00 A.M.

by Nohl Rosen, ©2016, Rally for L.E.

(Mar. 23, 2016) — Phoenix, AZ — Once again former Arizona State Senator Dr. Kelli Ward who is challenging Senator John McCain for the United States Senate will join fellow police supporters at the Back The Badge rally to support law enforcement which will be held at Chandler Police Headquarters located at 250 E. Chicago Street on April 2nd. The rally is expected to begin at 10am. Ward will be one of the keynote speakers at the event which is being organized by Rally For L.E. a nationwide pro-police movement which started in Phoenix. This will be Ward’s second appearance at the rally thrown by group. She spoke at Rally For L.E.’s previous Back The Badge rally which was held in Mesa in February. Her candidacy has been endorsed by the movement’s founder Nohl Rosen.

“We’re glad that Dr. Ward is joining us again as we rally in support of the police which have been attacked nationwide. I have no doubt that she will be a strong voice for law enforcement in Washington, DC and I certainly encourage people to support her. One of the things I like about Dr. Ward is that she takes the time to meet with the voters and has been brave enough to come out in support of law enforcement when other candidates shy away from them for fear that supporting police officers will somehow lose them votes. Ward has proven that she’s a candidate of the people and not afraid of supporting our cops so we need to send her to DC,” Rosen said.

Dr. Ward is the only GOP candidate in the 2016 election on a national level that has had the courage to engage with Rally For L.E. which has worked tirelessly to show support for police officers around the country. But Ward isn’t the only notable which plans to be in Chandler for the rally. Chandler City Councilman Kevin Hartke and Arizona State Senate Majority Leader Steve Yarbrough are planning to be in attendance. But the big stars will the members of the Chandler Police Department and while there has been no official confirmation Chief Sean Duggan may be attending the event as well. Rally For L.E. plans to present the Chandler PD with a Thin Blue Line flag during the rally. Those attending the rally are invited to bring their Thin Blue Line and American flags as well as signs to support Chandler PD. All those that support law enforcement as well as active or retired members of law enforcement are invited to attend. Admission and parking are free.

For more about Rally For L.E visit the movement’s website at www.rallyforle.com.

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