Kat Cammack Endorsed by Sheriff Michelle Cook
Gainesville, FL - Kat Cammack, Republican Nominee for Congress in Florida's Third Congressional District, is announcing the endorsement of Sheriff Michelle Cook of Clay County.
Sheriff Cook currently serves as the Clay County Sheriff. She has had a 26-year career in law enforcement and formerly worked as the Chief of Police in Atlantic Beach, FL. Sheriff Cook received her Master's degree in Criminal Justice from the University of North Florida.
Sheriff Cook gave the following statement:
"I am proud to support Kat Cammack in her campaign to represent Florida's Third Congressional District. As a law enforcement official, I have seen firsthand the work that she does for the first responder community. She has spent the last decade fighting for first responders in DC and founded the Grit Foundation, a local organization dedicated to meeting the needs of first responder agencies. Kat is a faithful advocate for our first responder communities and will be an effective leader on Capitol Hill.”
Kat Cammack gave the following statement in response:
“I am so proud to have received the endorsement of Sheriff Michelle Cook. She is a strong female leader for Clay County and a wonderful role model for young, conservative women. I look forward to working with her to bring growth to Clay County and keep these communities safe. As your representative, I will work to keep an open line of communication with our law enforcement and fight for them to be protected.”
Kat Cammack has also received endorsements from Sheriff Brad Whitehead of Union County, Sheriff Bobby Schultz of Gilchrist County, and Sheriff Robert B. McCallum of Levy County.
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 (R-FL). Kat has received national endorsements from President Donald J. Trumpand Senator Rand Paul (R-KY). She has also secured the support of the local community, with leaders including State Senator Keith Perry, State Representative Bobby Payne, and Senator Dennis Baxley.