Sean Quinlan, Candidate For Cumberland County District Attorney Has Endorsed Tom Brier, Candidate for Pennsylvania’s 10th US Congressional Seat

Sean and Tom are candidates running for District Attorney and Congress, respectively. Sean is endorsing Tom for his outspokenness on the importance of opioid abuse, global warming and common sense gun laws.

August 24, 2019 —

Camp Hill, PA: Sean Quinlan, candidate for Cumberland County District Attorney has endorsed fellow democrat and attorney, Tom Brier, Candidate for the 10th Congressional seat currently occupied by Scott Perry. Sean's decision is based on Tom's commitment to stemming the tide in the opioid crisis.

Mr. Quinlan also cited Mr. Brier's outspoken advocacy on the need for common-sense gun laws like universal background checks, extreme risk protection orders, and child access prevention laws.

Mr. Brier also believes that putting such measures in place is an important step to ensuring the wrong person doesn't have access to a weapon and keeping our children safer at school.

Sean and Tom both hail from Scranton, Pennsylvania where their families have been friends for decades. Sean went on to say, "given Tom's family, intellect, personality and character, I can't help but rave about what a credit he would be to the US Congress. I respect him as an individual, support him as a friend and proudly endorse him for the 10th Congressional District."

To learn more about Sean Quinlan, please check here.

Sean Quinlan wants to be a leader that takes responsibility for the communities and people he represents. For the past 20 years, he has listened to his clients and fought for them in his law practice. He wants to do the same as Cumberland County's top prosecutor, by listening to them and fighting for them when necessary in the District Attorney's Office.

Sean believes it is time for the American people to address gun violence, skyrocketing prison, probation costs, the opioid epidemic, and overcrowded prisons. It's one of the reasons why he's endorsing Tom Brier since both of them have a shared interest in how to make our communities safer.
Tom is an attorney, author, and educator who was born in Scranton and raised in Central Pennsylvania, where lives today. He is running for congress because he believes it gives him the power to help create the kind of future that the US citizens want and deserve.

Tom's campaign priorities include campaign finance reform, climate change, economy, education, gun violence, healthcare, national defense, the opioid epidemic, technology, unions, and veterans & military families.

For more information, please contact 717 202-2277, spq4da@gmail.com, or visit www.votequinlan.org.

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