BRADLEY AND GIULIANI VISIT BRENTWOOD

( Brentwood , NH) – Former Mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani joined First District Congressman Jeb Bradley today in Brentwood at the Rockingham County Complex where they met with more than 30 local police chiefs to talk about issues important to the law enforcement community. Bradley and Giuliani also joined Rockingham County Sheriff Dan Linehan for a demonstration of the Mobile Incident Field Office and a tour of the communications and dispatch center.

First District Congressman Jeb Bradley stated, "I was thrilled to have Mayor Giuliani join me today in my visit to Brentwood. I appreciated the opportunity to talk to law enforcement officials and hear about the issues facing their towns and communities. I was impressed with the Mobile Incident Field Office and the communications and dispatch center and know that the technology will help the sheriffs to respond quickly to public safety issues in Rockingham County."

"New Hampshire's spirit of independence has helped shape the United States from our earliest days," said Mayor Giuliani. "It is an honor to campaign for New Hampshire Republicans like Congressman Bradley and meet with local police officers as we face the midterm elections at such a pivotal time in our nation's history."

Dan Linehan, Rockingham County Sheriff, stated, "As a Member of Congress, Jeb Bradley has been extremely supportive of the law enforcement community. I know I join my colleagues when I say we are fortunate to have a Congressman who understands the needs of our community and responds to our concerns with real solutions. It was very beneficial for numerous police chiefs from throughout the county to have the opportunity to talk with Congressman Bradley and Mayor Giuliani this afternoon about the issues that face the law enforcement community. I was pleased to show Congressman Bradley and the Mayor our Dispatch Center and our Mobile Incident Field Office. I appreciate Congressman Bradley's continuing interest in law enforcement matters and needs. It is a testament to his service and his value to the public safety community.