10:00 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M.

by Nohl Rosen, ©2016, Rally for L.E.

(Mar. 30, 2016) — Phoenix, AZ—-Police supporters from across Maricopa County are expected to gather at Chandler Police Headquarters this Saturday, April 2nd to rally in support of the Chandler Police Department as well as law enforcement across the country. The rally being organized by the pro-police movement Rally For L.E. will feature speakers such as Dr. Kelli Ward who is challenging Senator John McCain for the United States Senate, and Arizona State Senate Majority Leader Steven Yarbrough as well as Chandler City Councilman Kevin Hartke are also planning to stop by the event. A motorcycle procession is expected to kick off the rally and Rally For L.E. will present a Thin Blue Line flag to Chandler PD as a part of the proceedings as well.

“Chandler has a wonderful police department and we’re hoping many police supporters will come out and show support for those that wear the badge. These are the people that answer the call when we need help and they risk their lives to help keep our community safe. Sometimes they also sacrifice their life in the line of duty as well. We need to do what we can to thank these heroes because they answer a very special call and that’s to protect us. It’s unfortunate that police officers have come under attack by a growing anti-cop movement but we want to show there are good people willing to stand with our police officers and that they matter to us,” said Rally For L.E. founder Nohl Rosen.

Also happening at the rally is a pot luck tailgate party which has also become a welcome part of the event as well. All police supporters, active and retired members of law enforcement are invited to attend and the rally and parking is FREE. Those participating are asked to bring Thin Blue Line and American flags as well as pro-law enforcement signs. The event will run from 10am – 1pm. Chandler PD headquarters is located at 250 E. Chicago St.

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

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