On Wednesday, Austin Garrett announced the endorsement of three sheriffs representing Catoosa County, Dade County, and Walker County, Georgia.
The endorsements come from Sheriff Gary Sisk of Catoosa, Sheriff Ray Cross of Dade, and Sheriff Steve Wilson of Walker. Each Sheriff submitted an endorsement letter to Garrett.
Sheriff Sisk of Catoosa stated: “In my opinion, Austin Garrett, is an excellent candidate for Sheriff of Hamilton County, Tennessee, and I would be honored to work with him in the future serving our respective communities”
Sheriff Cross of Dade stated: “If I had the opportunity to vote in Hamilton County, I would not hesitate for an instant in casting my ballot for Austin Garrett. I encourage all Hamilton County voters to do the same.”
Sheriff Wilson of Walker stated: “Chief Garrett is a leader with proven results! I encourage the fine citizens of Hamilton County to vote for Austin Garrett in 2022.”
These endorsements come following the endorsement of Sheriff Phillips of Jackson County, Alabama.
In February of 2019, Garrett was appointed to serve our community as the Hamilton County Sheriff Office’s Chief Deputy by Sheriff Jim Hammond. He is directly responsible for the administration of all Sheriff’s Office day to day operations.
Prior to this leadership appointment, Garrett served 25 years with the Chattanooga Police Department, retiring as a lieutenant.
Please find Sheriff Sisk’s endorsement letter here.
Please find Sheriff Cross’ endorsement letter here.
Please find Sheriff Wilson’s endorsement letter here.