Political Action

Volunteers Needed To Help Ed Dennehy of Mad Men Barbershop Get On The Ballot for Congress in November

July 8, 2020

Help Someone Who Helped Us!!

Dear COBA Members/Retirees;

As you all know, Ed Dennehy of Mad Men Barbershop in Wantagh was at the forefront of helping those of us in the First Responder Community obtain PPE when the Coronavirus broke out here in Nassau County.

As the initial (and hopefully only) wave of COVID-19 subsided here in Nassau, Ed Dennehy announced that due to his frustration over the inaction of local elected leaders during the COVID crisis, he decided to throw his hat in the ring and run for the Congressional Seat currently held by Rep. Kathleen Rice. Ed is on record numerous times during the pandemic, asking for help and action from Rep. Rice and each time he received no response, all while he continued to assist those of us on the front lines.

Ed reached out to COBA and asked if we would assist him in obtaining the necessary number of signatures to ensure his spot on the ballot in November, so he can argue his point of view and make a run for New York's 4th Congressional Seat.  

Ed is not a politician. He is a local business owner who understands the importance of Civic responsibility. His character and dedication to community has been on full display throughout the COVID-19 Crisis.  

While our local State and Federal bureaucrats sat on their hands during the pandemic, local community leaders like Ed Dennehy stood up and did what was right for First Responders. He worked tirelessly to supply over 100,000 masks to our healthcare workers and law enforcement officers. Ten thousand of those masked were provided to our very own COBA members. We urge you to help us return the favor and and assist Ed in providing him the platform to lay out his case on how he wants to lead from the front.  

Come out and help us collect signatures to get Ed Dennehy on the ballot in November to shake things up. The status quo is obviously not working for those of us in Law Enforcement in NYS or on Long Island.  

To Volunteer, Contact the Union Office at (516)937-7800

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