Diehl Gets New Endorsement

                                                                                                                                       Geoff Diehl 

BOSTON – U.S. senate candidate Geoff Diehl continues to receive the endorsement of law enforcement, the association of Plymouth County Employees, which is the union of Plymouth County Correctional Officers, is the latest to endorse Diehl.

The Republican is running against Democrat Elizabeth Warren who is seeking her second term.

“I am honored that Plymouth County Correction Officers have put their faith in my candidacy.  While they serve on the front lines of keeping us safe, I will have their backs in Washington.  As the next Senator, I will make public safety a priority,” said Diehl.

“Our correction officers are the front lines of ICE policy and Geoff Diehl is the only candidate who is supporting our efforts,” said Tom Nigrelli, President of the Association of County Employees. “We need a U.S. Senator who will rely on the hard facts and who views public safety as the priority instead of overblown rhetoric to advance an agenda.”

“Warren doesn’t stand with law enforcement.  She wants to abolish ICE.  And she believes in open borders.  That’s three strikes!  She’s out,” said Diehl.  “Our cities need a Senator who will support law enforcement and fight to keep our streets safe.  Senator Warren is not interested in keeping our streets safe or even in Massachusetts.”

 Diehl has been racking up law enforcement endorsements.  Last week, the Boston Police Patrolmen Association (BPPA), which typically doesn’t endorse in federal races, endorsed Diehl. The BPPA represents over 2000 police—the third largest force in New England—who put their lives on the line to keep Boston safe. 

 Other law enforcement endorsements of the republican nominee for U.S. senate include:

 Sheriff Tom Hodgson

Sheriff Jim Cummings

Sheriff Lew Evangelidis

Everett Police Superior Officers Local 95

Everett Police Patrolman’s Local 94

Worcester Police Officers Local 911

Norfolk County Correction Officers

Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition

New England Benevolent Police Association



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