A slate of challengers is working to unseat longtime New York police union leader Patrick Lynch.
The group is led by the Brooklyn South trustee at the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association.
Brian Fusco said Tuesday that union leaders have been "grandstanding" instead of improving officers' "disgraceful and dangerous" work environment.
Lynch is seeking a fifth term as head of the union, which represents 24,000 officers. He had no immediate comment.