I’m Brian Potters and I want to thank Fayette County for the support you’ve given me throughout this campaign.
As a Marine Corps veteran, I’m proud of this place we call home that continues to support my proven, effective leadership.
As sheriff, I will be more effective in protecting and serving Fayette County. The incumbent wastes tax dollars on storage of equipment, costing $100,000 a year, rather than combating crime in our community.
The incumbent lost control over tens of thousands of outstanding warrants that grow monthly, leaving criminals threatening our neighborhoods. This paper has reported the incumbent’s failures in courthouse supervision including multiple security breaches in what should be a safe place. In short, the incumbent has the ability to combat crime in our community, yet fails to complete even the security tasks she does take on. Due to these leadership failures, she did not receive the endorsement of the Fraternal Order of Police.
Fayette County deserves better. I am a proven, federally trained law enforcement officer and would give voters their money’s worth by enforcing the law and keeping the lights on 24 hours a day.
I will clean up the office and make it transparent. I would hire deputies that reflect our diverse community’s demographics, and I do share Anthany Beatty’s vision of neighborhood-focused law enforcement.
When you vote next month, ask yourself this question: Would more officers on the street 24 hours a day make us safer? If yes, vote for me, Brian Potters, on Tuesday, Nov. 4.
Republican candidate, Fayette sheriff