DOYLESTOWN, PA – Brian Fitzpatrick, former FBI special agent and federal prosecutor, has earned the endorsement of the Humane Society Legislative Fund – the non-partisan advocacy arm of the Humane Society of the United States, the nation’s largest and most effective animal protection organization.
“It is an honor to earn the support of such an accomplished and respected organization committed to the protection of animals,” said Fitzpatrick. “As an FBI special agent and federal prosecutor I’ve spent my life protecting our families; as a member of Congress I’ll serve as a protector and advocate of all creatures.”
“We’ve forgotten a few things this election season because of the chaos from the top of the tickets, but we cannot forget that an election is all about service. That’s why I’m supporting Brian Fitzpatrick to represent Pennsylvania’s Eighth District in Congress,” said veterinary technician Ben Graves, Jr. of Bensalem. “As a longtime FBI agent, Fitzpatrick has protected American citizens, and I trust him to continue to do the same as a legislator. Fitzpatrick was recently endorsed by the national Humane Society’s Legislative Fund. A man who is committed to animals – the most voiceless and vulnerable among us – is the kind of man I want representing me in Washington.”
The endorsement is another in a line of high profile endorsements Fitzpatrick has earned over the last month – including: the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, National Federation of Independent Business, BIPAC, Pennsylvania Fraternal Order of Police and Pennsylvania Professional Fire Fighters Association.
BACKGROUND ON BRIAN:
After being born and raised in Levittown, Brian Fitzpatrick spent nearly a decade and a half serving as a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Supervisory Special Agent where his focus was fighting political corruption and supporting global counter terrorism efforts – including as a part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He served as the National Director for the FBI’s Campaign Finance and Election Crimes Enforcement Program, as well as a national supervisor for the FBI’s Political Corruption Unit. For his work, Fitzpatrick was an inaugural recipient of the FBI Director’s Leadership Award and named “Investigator of the Year” by the Federal Law Enforcement Foundation. Additionally, as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, Fitzpatrick, prosecuted violent drug and gun offenders to stem the tide of abuse and violence. Brian Fitzpatrick is a Certified Public Accountant, certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and an Eagle Scout.
Brian Fitzpatrick is a former FBI Supervisory Special Agent and Special Assistant U.S. Attorney running for Congress in Pennsylvania’s Eight Congressional District. He is a Levittown native and lives in Middletown Twp. Learn more atwww.brianfitzpatrick.com