Gainesville, FL - Kat Cammack, Republican Nominee for Congress in Florida's Third Congressional District, is announcing the endorsement of Sheriff Grady Judd of Polk County.
Sheriff Grady Judd began his career with Polk County Sheriff's Office in 1972. Since then, he has served as president of the Florida Sheriffs Association (2013-2014) and president of the Major County Sheriffs of America (2018-2019). He was elected Sheriff of Polk County in 2004.
Sheriff Grady Judd gave the following statement:
"The men and women on the frontlines of our communities are under fire. The radicals have taken to attacking our law enforcement and they are not letting up. They are destroying the very fiber of our communities across America. We have to send a Representative to Washington who is going to defend our police and ensure our families are safe. Kat Cammack is the one for the job. She has continually shown her dedication to my brothers and sisters in blue and will stop at nothing to protect them on Capitol Hill.
"Kat is extremely dedicated to our cause, as well as the conservative movement. She has all the tools she needs to head to Washington and create solutions for the people of Florida's 3rd Congressional District."
Kat Cammack gave the following statement in response:
“I am proud to have received the endorsement of Sheriff Grady Judd. He has spent his entire career protecting the families of Polk County. I am incredibly honored to have the opportunity to advocate ardently for our law enforcement and first responder communities. As the wife of a SWAT medic, this issue is personal to me and I can assure you I will head to Capitol Hill prepared to defend heroes like Sheriff Grady Judd."
Kat Cammack has also received endorsements from Sheriff Gator DeLoach of Putnam County, Sheriff Billy Woods of Marion County, Sheriff Michelle Cook of Clay County, 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.