Politics is a numbers game. Numbers get a candidate elected and numbers get a law passed. The PBA has nearly 50,000 active and retired members and that makes us a very politically potent organization. I am asking you today, to take the time to register as a political volunteer at the PBA. Once or twice a year, you may be called upon to spend a few hours helping the PBA with a cause that is important to all of us as police officers. It may be to help a candidate get elected, work a phone bank, get a law passed or gather signatures in support of a cause. It is not difficult work and if we all volunteer once or twice a year, it is not a great burden either. But the benefits that we can reap by keeping the PBA a political powerhouse will be real and important. Register today as part of the PBA’s political action army.
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|How do I register to vote?|
|Who should I vote for?|
|Why should I volunteer for the Political Action Committee?|
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|What will I have to do?|
|What legislation is the PBA pushing for today?|
|Who are the elected officials in my community?|
|How does the PBA decide which candidates to endorse?|
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