DONATION RECIPIENTS

The NFOP PAC aids our Legislative staff in Washington, DC in passing bills needed to protect you now and in retirement.

The NFOP PAC plays a prominent role in the formation of national law enforcement policy. In the last year, NFOP PAC has contributed to many worthy candidates who have a proven record of support for our legislative issues.

Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) has received $1,000 from the NFOP PAC.

Member of the U.S. Senate

As a member of the Armed Services Committee and the Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee, Senator Blumenthal has been a dependable ally. He has shown unwavering commitment to the improvement of public safety.

Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) has received $3,500 from the NFOP PAC.

Member of the U.S. Senate

Senator Brown is a member of the Appropriations Committee and was a vocal ally during the collective bargaining debate in Ohio. Senator Brown is one of the FOP's most reliable and active supporters. He consistently votes for bills which improve public safety and supports the hard work of law enforcement officers.

Senator Chris Coons (D-DE) has received $1,000 from the NFOP PAC.

Member of the U.S. Senate

Senator Coons is a member of both the Budget and Judiciary Committees. He co-founded the Law Enforcement Caucus in the U.S. Senate. Senator Coons has been a consistent supporter of our legislative priorities and our members.

Representative Judy Chu (D-CA) has received $1,000 from the NFOP PAC.

Member of the U.S. House of Representatives

Since becoming a member of the Judiciary Committee, Representative Chu has a strong working relationship with local FOP members and frequently supports legislation the FOP finds favorable.

Representative Steny Hoyer's (D-MD) leadership PAC, Ameripac, has received $5,000 from the NFOP PAC.

Minority Whip of the U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Hoyer has been active on law enforcement officers' issues through his tenure in the House, and has always been a friend of the FOP. Since joining the leadership team, his office regularly reaches out to the FOP to seek our input on legislation touching on law enforcement, labor, and criminal justice issues. His "open door" policy to the FOP is invaluable when moving bills through the House.

Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) has received $5,000 from the NFOP PAC.

Member of the U.S. Senate

Senator Klobuchar is a member of the Judiciary Committee. She has been a long-time friend to the law enforcement community. Senator Klobuchar has a proven track record of support for public safety legislation.

Senator Patrick J. Leahy's (D-VT) leadership PAC, Green Mountain PAC, has received $10,000 from the NFOP PAC.

Chairman of the Judiciary Committee

Chairman Leahy is the foremost champion for the FOP on Capitol Hill and we have worked closely with him on virtually every single bill touching on law enforcement and criminal justice issues in the past 15 years. For several Congresses, he was the sponsor of the Law Enforcement Officers' Safety Act (LEOSA), better known to our members as H.R. 218. Though this legislation was known by its House bill number, as both Chairman and Ranking Member, Senator Leahy was able to guide the LEOSA bill through the Judiciary Committee on several occasions and was the chief architect for its final passage in 2004.

Alan Lowenthal for Congress has received $2,500 from the NFOP PAC.

Candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives

Mr. Lowenthal is a candidate for California's 47th Congressional District. It is almost certain he will be going to the general election. Mr. Lowenthal has been consistently pro-labor and is very supportive of police pay and pensions.

Representative Patrick Meehan (R-PA) has received $1,000 from the NFOP PAC.

Member of the U.S. House of Representatives

Representative Meehan is a member of the Committee on Homeland Security. Representative Meehan has been a staunch friend to law enforcement, supporting the FOP on both labor and public safety issues.

Representative C.A. "Dutch" Ruppersberger (D-MD) has received $1,000 from the NFOP PAC.

Member of the U.S. House of Representatives

Representative Ruppersberger is the Ranking Member of the Select Intelligence Committee. He has been a long-standing ally of the FOP. Representative Ruppersberger has consistently supported the FOP on labor bills which would impact law enforcement.

Representative Tim Ryan (D-OH) has received $2,000 from the NFOP PAC.

Member of the U.S. House of Representatives

Representative Ryan is a member of the Budget Committee. Representative Ryan was integral in the fight against Issue 2 in Ohio. He formed a close partnership with the FOP and law enforcement, while working successfully to save collective bargaining rights in the state.

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