Police Benevolent Association Local #314, Monmouth County Sheriff’s Officers, announced their endorsement of Freeholder Deputy Director Serena DiMaso for a second full term on the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, association President Robert Derasmo announced.
Calling DiMaso “the ideal candidate” for Monmouth County Freeholder, Derasmo cited her education with a law degree and bachelors from St. John’s University, her “vast experience” in public administration as a Freeholder since 2012 and as a former Mayor and Township Committee Member in Holmdel.
The endorsement letter noted that DiMaso is following in her family history as a first responder as a member of the Holmdel First Aid Squad. “Her administrative and front line experience gives Serena great perspective as an advocate for Shared Services in Monmouth County,” Dermaso said.
PBA 314’s support of DiMaso follows their earlier endorsement of Freeholder Director Tom Arnone and affirms the outstanding job the incumbent Freeholders are doing for the people of Monmouth County.
“I am honored that both my running mate,Tom Arnone, and I have the support of the PBA 314.” DiMaso said. “Thank you to President Robert Dermaso and all the members for their ongoing recognition of the work that we do in keeping Monmouth County a great place to live and raise our families. Most importantly, as the daughter of a Police Officer, thank you to all the members, and all law enforcement officers and first responders who have dedicated themselves to keeping Monmouth County safe.”