Vote Charlie Wyckoff
for Mobile County Sheriff

Alabama is among the most restrictive states for ballot access, requiring signatures equalling 2% of the last vote total for the govenor to qualify for the ballot. For 2022, that number comes to just under 5,000 valid signatures. While third-party and independent candidates spend upwards of $100,000 and countless hours collecting these signatures, Republicans and Democrats gain ballot access through taxpayer-funded primary elections.

Ballot Access laws created to keep citizens off the ballot are not unique to Alabama. Nationwide, they are the rule, not the exception.

In this important midterm election year and we are working across the county to make sure every Mobile citizen has a option on their ballot other than the good ole boys that have made the rules and benefit from tax payer's money and special interest.

Please consider joining our effort at your most generous level to help us fight for ballot access.

A new addministration that is ready to deal with Mobile's problems related to theft, drugs, domestic violence, animal cruelty, jail overcrowding, officer and prisoner safety, department spending, terrorism, public security, abuse of power, and the relationship between law enforcement and the public.

My name is Charlie Wyckoff, and I'm committed to reducing crime by reducing the number of dangerous criminals on the streets in Mobile County.

I am ready to have a more active role in making our community, state and country a safer, better place to raise our children, run our business and be proud to have visitors.

I get outside the bubble of just close friends, I stay in touch with the public on a daily basis and I focus on defending and protecting the Constitution of Alabama and The United States Constitution for our citizens, our law enforcement personnal and visitors of Mobile Alabama.

Crime is still on the increase in Mobile. Vehicles, businesses, and homes being broken into is high and based on current statistics is projected to be getting higher.

The chances of becoming a victim of a crime in Mobile is now 1 in 31. The chance of becoming a victim of a violent crime is 1 in 225.

Those chances are simialar to bigger cities like New York or Chicago. Breaking the cycle of crime is my top priority!

I’m asking you to cast aside the party labels and political games to vote for me on the real issues: putting career criminals in jail and supporting the United States constitution – PERIOD!

Paid for by Charlie Wyckoff 312-t Schillinger Rd S #349 Mobile AL 36608
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