Broward County, FL – Today, Broward County Mayor Dale V.C. Holness officially endorsed Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony in the 2020 election.
“I am proud to stand with Sheriff Tony as the right person to lead the Broward Sheriff’s Office now, and in the years to come,” said Broward County Mayor Dale V.C. Holness.
“I have seen firsthand how BSO has dramatically changed for the better under Sheriff Tony’s leadership in his fifteen months in command. In his time in office, Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony has equipped our law enforcement officers with new tools and training to do their job more effectively, including establishing a $30 million regional new training center, and working with Broward County Emergency Management on the creation of a real-time crime center in our community. He has held bad actors accountable, and put together the most diverse command staff we’ve ever seen. Sheriff Tony has truly proven himself more than deserving of the support of our community.”
“I am honored to receive the endorsement of the mayor for the county I represent,” said Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony.
“Mayor Holness is a remarkable public servant who has done so much good for our community, and I am proud to have his support. I am looking forward to continuing to work together over the next four years to make Broward County safer than ever, improving and strengthening BSO’s relationship with our community.”