ALBANY, GA – 2nd District Congressman Sanford Bishop’s campaign released its first TV ad of the cycle this week featuring elected Sheriffs from three counties in the 2nd District acknowledging Bishop as a “leader who supports law enforcement.” With major concerns about crime in our communities and across the country, the ad demonstrates Bishop’s support for law enforcement and from law enforcement officials who have worked with “leaders from both sides” and know what effective leadership looks like. 

The ad is a 30 second spot that emphasizes Bishop’s support of law enforcement and the tireless work they do. It also highlights the strong support Bishop has provided throughout Middle and Southwest Georgia including funding for community policing, funds for school police, jobs for hundreds of new officers, as well as funding for necessary training and equipment to effectively do their jobs.

Sanford Bishop is committed to reducing crime and law enforcement supports him.


Whether it’s securing millions in disaster relief and storm preparation funding; delivering more than $1 billion in COVID funding to support hospitals, schools, families, workers, and small businesses; or delivering millions in funding to support local law enforcement to help reduce crime, Congressman Sanford Bishop continues to show up for the people of this district, state, and nation. He supported the bi-partisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act to create thousands of new jobs rebuilding Georgia’s roads, bridges, airports, and clean water systems; worked to lower prices for families in the grocery store and at the gas pump, and fought for Georgia’s military bases, servicemembers, veterans, and their families

Congressman Sanford Bishop is serving his fifteenth term in the United States House of Representatives, representing the constituents of the Second Congressional District of Georgia. A consensus builder that works with members on both sides of the aisle, Congressman Bishop is uniquely dedicated to his constituents and has demonstrated himself as a leader inside of Congress.