Monday, July 25, 2022
ATLANTA – Today, Team Herschel launched the Law Enforcement for Herschel Coalition, and Herschel Walker released the following statement.
“With record crime rates across the nation, a historic border crisis, and the worst opioid epidemic we’ve experienced yet, it has never been more important to have strong leaders at all levels of government who stand for law and order,” said Herschel Walker. “Right now, Georgia has a U.S. Senator who has advocated for defunding the police, has called some cops ‘gangsters and thugs’, and has voted for an open border multiple times. This is ridiculous, and it’s time for Raphael Warnock to step aside.
“For many years, I’ve actively worked with and dedicated my time to supporting law enforcement. They are heroes of our communities. My team and I are excited to launch our Law Enforcement for Herschel Coalition this week. It has already received support across Georgia, and I look forward to its growth. At the end of the day, members of law enforcement support Team Herschel because Team Herschel supports them. Raphael Warnock has made it abundantly clear that he cares more about Joe Biden than our men and women in blue. I look forward to continuing working alongside members of law enforcement and supporting them in the U.S. Senate.”
In addition to its launch, Team Herschel is happy to announce the following individuals as Co-Chairmen:
Sheriff John Wilcher, Chatham County
“I’m fired up to serve as a co-chair of the Law Enforcement for Herschel Coalition,” said Chatham County Sheriff John Wilcher. “I have known Herschel Walker for many years. As a veteran and as a law enforcement officer for over 40 years, I can’t think of a better advocate for both Veterans and Law Enforcement than Herschel Walker. RUN HERSCHEL, RUN!”
Sheriff Frank Reynolds, Cherokee County
“I’m proud and honored to serve as a co-chair of the Law Enforcement for Herschel Coalition,” said Cherokee Co Sheriff Frank Reynolds. “Herschel is a proven leader and has a record of working to better the lives of our law enforcement community. I know he will prioritize law and order in the United States Senate. He is a fighter, and we need him in Washington.”
Sheriff Neal Jump, Glynn County
Sheriff Mike Jolley, Harris County
Sheriff Greg Rowland, Johnson County
Sheriff Stacy Jarrard, Lumpkin County
Former Sheriff Scott Barry, Oconee County
Former Georgia State Patrol Larry Schnall, Cherokee County
Former Sheriff Neil Warren, Cobb County
Former Sheriff Phil Miller, Douglas County
Former Chief of Police Ken Ball, Holly Springs Police
Former Chief of Police Dan Flynn, Marietta Police
Herschel continues to make it clear that he is the law-and-order candidate. On the other hand, Senator Warnock stands for crime and chaos. Please join us at firstname.lastname@example.org to show your support.