Roseville Unions form Political Action Committee
ROSEVILLE, CA - Roseville Police Officers' Association, Roseville Police Association, International Association of Fire Fighters Local 1592, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1245 and International Union of Operating Engineers Local 39, announced the establishment of a newly formed political action committee (PAC) - Roseville First 2016.
"As Roseville residents, it is vital to be engaged in public service, through employment or volunteerism. Everyone has a role to play in keeping Roseville safe and we believe the establishment of Roseville First 2016 will help achieve that goal," said Phil Mancini, President of the Roseville Police Officers' Association. "Roseville First 2016 will ensure that everyone who lives and works in Roseville is fairly represented."
"As Roseville employees, public safety personnel and residents, we believe that everyone deserves to have a say in how our city's affairs are being conducted, now and in the future," said Jamie Pepin, President of the Roseville Fire Fighters Association. "Roseville First 2016 is our way of inviting the community to come together by supporting candidates who truly desire to put Roseville and its residents - first."
Roseville First 2016 will support candidates that believe in public safety, fiscal responsibility, and appropriate development and retainment of businesses.
"As Roseville grows, so does its representation. It is important to ensure that longstanding members of the community and rising leaders are engaged and attentive to the City's growing needs," said Mancini.
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