SOUTH GRAFTON, MA – Republican Massachusetts 4th Congressional District candidate Colonel Julie Hall earned the endorsement of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association this week citing she stands with police officers during these turbulent times.
The endorsement letter stated, “Your demonstrated commitment to Massachusetts Law Enforcement Officers is greatly appreciated by the men and women in blue across the Commonwealth. In these turbulent times, you stood with us.”
Hall, a retired Air Force Colonel and former Attleboro city councilor, is the Republican nominee for the Massachusetts 4th Congressional District seat to replace outgoing Democratic U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III. The election will be held Tuesday November 3rd.
“I am humbled and honored to receive the confidence of our Police Chiefs across the Commonwealth. In these turbulent times, more than ever our Chiefs need our support to keep our communities safe. I stand with them, because they want to improve the delivery of law enforcement services with more training and professional development. We must do more to support our police and not engage in foolhardy measures that serve a political agenda and do not serve the people of the 4th Congressional District,” Hall said.
The Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association represents Police Chiefs in 351 cities and towns and forty colleges and universities in the Commonwealth.
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