“You can copy and paste onto your letterhead, sign and then forward back,” she wrote. “All of your email responses and letters will be sent to the White House as soon as they are received.”
In Cobb, the request was handled by Warren and his spokesman, Commander Robert Quigley.
The Bristol County Sheriff’s Office was not able to say by press time how many responses it had received and forwarded to the White House.
Sheriff Hodgson “works with other Sheriffs across the country on a range of public safety issues, including illegal immigration,” a spokesperson wrote in an email. “Lobbying to increase border security is a public safety issue that absolutely falls into the realm of Sheriff.”