Mark Finchem is honored to receive the endorsement of the National Border Patrol Council, the official union of the United States Border Patrol, and stands steadfastly with the brave men and women who defend America’s borders.
National Border Patrol Council Proudly Endorses Mark Finchem in His Bid to Serve as the Next Secretary of State for the Great State of Arizona
October 10, 2022
TUCSON, AZ – Tonight, National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) President Brandon Judd issued the following statement after the NBPC officially endorsed Mark Finchem to serve as Arizona’s next Secretary of State.
The National Border Patrol Council is deeply familiar with Arizona’s border security challenges, and we have closely studied each of the Arizona Secretary of State candidates. After careful consideration of the candidates and their plans, we are convinced Mark Finchem is the only candidate who will work to better the great state of Arizona.
Mark supports finishing the wall and voted to deliver the necessary manpower, surveillance technology and resources to secure our border and keep Arizonans safe. Secretary of State is the second highest office in the state and must fill in for the governor during an absence. It is vitally important that we elect Mark Finchem, who has a proven history of protecting Arizonans and looking out for their best interests.
Mark’s opponent, Adrian Fontes, supports lawlessness and open borders. Adrian is too dangerous to be Secretary of State. Please support law and order by voting for Mark Finchem.
(The Freedom Times) ‘Honored’: Mark Finchem Scores Endorsement from National Border Patrol Council for AZ Secretary of State
“The National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) has endorsed Arizona State Representative Mark Finchem (R) in his bid to serve as the the Grand Canyon State’s next secretary of state. Union President Brandon Judd said Finchem is ‘the only candidate who will work to better the great state of Arizona’ because of his ‘proven history of protecting Arizonans’, as opposed to Finchem’s Democratic opponent, Adrian Fontes, who the union believes ‘supports lawlessness and open borders.'”