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Giuliani Campaign Press Release - Rudy Giuliani Endorsed by New York 10-13 Associations of America

December 06, 2007

The Rudy Giuliani Presidential Committee today announced the endorsement of the New York 10-13 Associations of America. New York 10-13 is a national organization of retirees and active members of the New York City Police Department. Its membership totals more than 18,000.

Mayor Giuliani received today's endorsement at a press conference in Sarasota, Florida. It was attended by Richard Carroll, the Associations' Chief of Operations, and Leonard Letizia, the Associations' Assistant Chairman and Political Coordinator.

"Mayor Giuliani was a tremendous advocate for the needs of New York City's policemen," said Carroll. "Under Rudy, New York's police force increased by thousands, crime was cut in half, murders were reduced by two-thirds and the city was transformed. Our Associations are proud to endorse Rudy Giuliani for President for all he has done for New York's police officers. He will be a great advocate for all active duty and retired policemen and other first responders across the country."

"I'm honored to receive the endorsement and support of the 10-13," Mayor Giuliani said. "The Associations' work representing the retired police officers of New York is incredibly important. I look forward to their involvement in my campaign."

About New York 10-13 Associations of America:

New York 10-13 Associations of America is a national fraternal group of retired and active New York City police officers of all ranks. In 1986, the 10-13 Association was formed to act as a central body for associate clubs across the nation. The group is comprised of 18 chapters in New York, Florida, Nevada and North Carolina. The New York 10-13 represents 18,000 New York City Police Department retirees and active members.

Rudy Giuliani, Giuliani Campaign Press Release - Rudy Giuliani Endorsed by New York 10-13 Associations of America Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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