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The time till voting is getting smaller, but the list of endorsements is growing.

The Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association (PBA) endorsed on Wednesday, August 29 Councilmember Eric Ulrich for the 15th State Senate District.

“On behalf of the New York City Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, Inc., I am pleased to announce our endorsement of your candidacy for State Senate in the 15th Senatorial District for the Republican Primary on September 13, 2012,” PBA President Patrick J. Lynch wrote in a letter to Ulrich. “Your proven track record and commitment to law enforcement are well recognized.”

This is the second civil servant organization to endorse Ulrich in his state primary run. Earlier in August, the Uniformed Firefighter Association threw their support to Ulrich in his race against fellow Republican Juan Reyes.

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