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As your State Attorney, it is important to serve all of the people in the circuit, not just select groups based on select criteria. The State Attorney is the champion of the rights of all of the people in the Circuit. Everyone should be entitled to a voice in the process of seeking justice. As State Attorney, I pledge to be a servant of all of the people regardless of race, status, or economic standing. My office is open to all of the citizens in our circuit when justice is in play. 


The Panhandle has a significant human trafficking problem. Under my administration, I will establish a task force within the State Attorney’s Office to work with local law enforcement to educate the citizens on the signs of human trafficking in an effort to effectively rescue victims

from the traffickers. Working together, we can make significant strides to eradicate the trafficking of humans in the 14th Circuit.


Victims and witnesses often are confused and not aware of the procedure for the prosecution of a criminal case. With advanced web-based programs that are readily available, we can do a better job assuring victims and witnesses do not feel left out or lost in the process. We serve the citizens of the circuit, and it is of the utmost importance to make sure victims are made whole and feel included in the process. With more effective communication, we can make sure no victim or witness feels forgotten.


Over the past five years, many counties in our state have established conviction integrity units to ensure the integrity of convictions in their respective counties. As State Attorney, I will establish a conviction integrity unit to review cases where evidence is brought to my attention that may exonerate a person that has been convicted of a crime. These units have been successful in our state and will work to protect the rights of our citizens.

  • July 31st 4:00-6:00 Pm Sign waving at Marianna Walmart.

  • August 1st 7:00-9:00 Am sign waving Thomas Dr. in Bay County 4:00-6:00 Pm sign waving on 390 

  • August 3rd 7:00-9:00 Am sign waving on 98 east Hathaway Bridge in Bay county.

  • August 4th 7:00-9:00 Am sign waving in Graceville,                        4:00-6:00 Pm sign waving in Alford.

  • August 5th 7:00-9:00 Am Sign waving in Marianna                          4:00-6:00 Pm Sign waving in Chipley

  • August 6th 7:00-9:00 Am Sign waving at Panama City Mall 

  • August 6th League of Woman Debate 

  • August 7th Ride to Success in Bonifay at 9:00-12:00Pm                 4:00-6:00 Sign waving in Marianna. 

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Wes Hatcher Republican for State Attorney for the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit

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