I'm glad to see this.
Presumptive Democratic nominee John Kerry today collected the endorsement of the International Brotherhood of Police Officers, a police union that backed President Bush in the 2000 election.
"After three and a half years of disappointing leadership under George Bush, we need to change course in November and elect a president with a real record of supporting police officers and a lifetime of standing with law enforcement," IBPO President David Holway said in a statement provided by the Kerry campaign.
The union endorsed Bill Clinton in 1992 and 1996. Kerry scheduled a round-table discussion with members of the group today to talk about law enforcement issues.