The Beverly Hills Police Officers Association has officially endorsed incumbent Lili Bosse for City Council. In a release, the Association stated that “Council Member Bosse has always placed the safety of the citizens of Beverly Hills as a priority and we look forward to continuing to work with her and the Council to make Beverly Hills the safest community.”
In reacting to the endorsement, Bosse campaign co-Chair Annette Saleh told the Courier, “Our law enforcement and first responders’ dedication to serve our community aligns with Lili’s philosophy and actions. I am so happy and proud that the BHPOS has endorsed her.”
Similarly, campaign co-Chair Marc Saleh observed, “Like our beloved police and fire department personnel, Lili is the embodiment of dedication to duty, ultra-prompt response and responsible action for the community’s benefit.”
Bosse has also amassed endorsements from a number of prominent residents, organizations and politicians. Among them: The Beverly Hills Firefighters Association; The Los Angeles County Democratic Party, The Beverly Hills Chamber Leadership Pac, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Congressman Ted Lieu, Mayor John Mirisch, Vice Mayor Lester Friedman, Councilman Bob Wunderlich and State Sen.Ben Allen.
The Courier endorsed both Bosse and Councilman Julian Gold, M.D. in its Jan. 31 issue. The Beverly Hills City Council election takes place on March 3.