SAN DIEGO, CA — The National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) has endorsed Diane Harkey for Congress. The NBPC represents agents and support staff on the United States Border Patrol.
“Diane Harkey has a proven record of working with public safety agencies to ensure secure communities,” said NBPC President Brandon Judd. “Diane understands the need to improve border security. As a member of Congress, Diane will work to secure the border and repair our broken immigration system.”
“Security at the border is necessary to maintain basic sovereignty and security in our country. The United States Border Patrol and our ICE agents need our support as they show up everyday to do a job less appreciated. I am humbled by the endorsement of the NBPC and am excited to work with them as their next Congresswoman for District 49,” said Diane Harkey.
As a member of the California Board of Equalization, Diane Harkey is the highest-ranking elected Republican woman in the state. She represents 9.5 million taxpayers in Orange, San Diego as well as several other counties and won her election for the Board of Equalization with over 61% of the vote.