ATTLEBORO, MA – Republican Massachusetts 4th Congressional District nominee Julie Hall has earned the endorsement of Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson.

“Colonel Julie Hall is a leader who advocates limited government, a competitive free market system, law enforcement to keep our cities and towns safe from crime, and our immigration system working as intended. With her experience as an effective military officer, she is needed to represent us in Washington,” said Hodgson.

Hodgson was appointed Bristol County Sheriff in 1997 and has been elected four terms thereafter. Hodgson has been a strong advocate for public safety at the local, state, and national level.

“It is an honor to receive this crucial endorsement. In my work as an Attleboro City Councilor and as a community volunteer, I have had the opportunity to work closely with Sheriff Hodgson. I join him in his mission to make government more efficient, his never ending campaign to make sure the taxpayers’ hard earned money is spent wisely, and his unwavering support for law and order in our communities. I appreciate his vote of confidence in my candidacy for U.S. Congress,” said Hall.

Hall, a retired Air Force Colonel, former Attleboro city councilor, and Republican nominee for the Massachusetts 4th Congressional District, is also endorsed by the Massachusetts Fraternal Order of Police and the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association.