Fraternal Order of Police Endorses Kat Cammack for Congress
Gainesville, FL - Kat Cammack, Republican Nominee for Congress in Florida's Third Congressional District, is announcing the endorsement of Fraternal Order of Police District 2.
The Fraternal Order of Police District 2 represents Florida's 3rd Congressional District's police. The organization attempts to improve the working conditions of law enforcement officers and the safety of those they serve through education, legislation, information, community involvement, and employee representation.
Steve Zona, District II Director of the Fraternal Order of Police, gave the following statement in a letter:
"The Fraternal Order of Police District II has endorsed you for your U.S. House Congressional District 3 campaign. We feel confident you will not only make a difference for our law enforcement community, but the entire district in which many of us live and work.
"We look forward to working with you in the future to help make positive change for all."
Kat Cammack gave the following statement in response:
“I am proud to have received the endorsement of the Fraternal Order of Police. Law enforcement nationally is under attack and I am fully prepared to head to Capitol Hill to protect those who protect our families and communities. As the wife of a first responder and the co-founder of the GRIT Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to resources for law enforcement, heading to Washington is my next step as a staunch advocate for the blue line. I am honored to have the opportunity to serve alongside those on the frontlines."
Kat Cammack has also received countless law enforcement endorsements including Sheriff Billy Woods of Marion County, Sheriff Michelle Cook of Clay County, Sheriff Brad Whitehead of Union County, Sheriff Bobby Schultz of Gilchrist County, Sheriff Robert B. McCallum of Levy County, and the North Central Florida Chapter of the Police Benevolence Association.
Kat Cammack is a small business owner, a proud wife to a first responder, an alumna of the United States Naval War College, and the longtime former Deputy Chief of Staff to the District.