Endorsements

The Independence Party is excited to endorse Tim Sini for Suffolk County District Attorney. Tim has the independence and vision to lead the DA's Office and make Suffolk County an even safer place to live, work and raise a family. His track record as a federal prosecutor and Suffolk County Police Commissioner makes him the clear choice.

Frank M. Mackay

Chairman, Independence Party

Tim is the best candidate to clean up the culture of corruption we’ve seen in the district attorney’s office. Tim’s unwavering commitment to one standard of justice and public safety make him the clear choice for working families

Bill Lipton

New York State Director, The Working Families Party

In my mind, there is no candidate better equipped to go in and do what is necessary to end the culture of corruption and replace it with the highest ethical standards.

Steve Bellone

Suffolk County Executive

We have someone who is young, energetic and in tune with today’s law enforcement techniques, who has brought the police department together after its worst scandal in history.

Richard Schaffer

Chairman, Suffolk County Democratic Party

Those of us who stand for justice, integrity and the law, stand with Tim Sini for District Attorney. As the Suffolk County Police Commissioner, he has worked tirelessly to restore professionalism and integrity to the leadership of the Police Department. As District Attorney, he will bring the culture of the Southern District of New York to the top law enforcement office in Suffolk County.

Preet Bharara

Former US Attorney

After an exhaustive review the executive committee has chosen to endorse Tim Sini. We believe he is the best candidate to address the issues facing the citizens of Suffolk County.

Frank Tinari

Chairman, Suffolk County Conservative Party

Tim Sini was an outstanding federal prosecutor with a sterling reputation for honesty, integrity and an ironclad commitment to justice. His performance in leading the Suffolk County Police Department in the aftermath of one of the worst scandals in the Department’s history has been nothing short of extraordinary.

David Kelley

Former US Attorney

Tuesday, November 7, 2017