KOMMONSENTSJANE – RACES STAY FOCUSED ON POLICE/EDUCATION.

All voters, vote with pen/paper .

Google interfered with this article, especially the Politico story. So don’t be surprised if they don’t allow it since he is the left’s Messiah.

How did we get to this place in the U.S.? Here is how: Biden/Obama’s parallel government is working against our country to make it a Marxist country. Plain and simple.

If you don’t vote for a conservative and if you don’t agree what the problem is – it means you haven’t been listening.

https://thehill.com/opinion/education/562327-obamas-education-guidance-was-terrible-policy-and-its-about-to-come-back

https://www.npr.org/sections/ed/2017/01/13/500421608/obamas-impact-on-americas-schools

https://www.politico.com/story/2016/07/obama-war-on-cops-police-advocacy-groups-225291

https://www.politico.com/story/2016/07/obama-war-on-cops-police-advocacy-group-225291

Mayoral races stay focused on police practices, rising crime

By MICHELLE L. PRICE,

Associated Press

11/02/2021

NEW YORK (AP) — Voters across the U.S. will pick new city leaders Tuesday from candidates who have been largely defined by their stances on police and crime – AND EDUCATION FOR OUR CHILDREN.

Eric Adams, Brooklyn borough president and Democratic candidate for New York City mayor speaks during a debate with Republican candidate for New York City mayor Curtis Sliwa at the ABC 7 studios in New York, Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021.

Brooklyn borough president and Democratic candidate for New York City mayor speaks during a debate with Republican candidate for New York City mayor Curtis Sliwa at the ABC 7 studios in New York, Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021. (Eduardo Mu
Those issues came to the forefront in cities big and small after the death of George Floyd last year led to a national reckoning on racial injustice and law enforcement. The debate centered on questions of when and where police are needed — or sometimes whether they’re needed at all. It also unfolded amid an increase in homicides in the wake of the pandemic.

In some big cities, fear or a desire for a middle-ground approach elevated candidates seen as more supportive of law enforcement or who have rejected liberal calls to defund the police. In Minneapolis, where Floyd was killed, the push for change could upend law enforcement practic es and help decide who leads the city.

Republican candidate for New York City mayor Curtis Sliwa speaks during a debate with Eric Adams, Brooklyn borough president and Democratic candidate for New York City mayor at the ABC 7 studios, Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021, in New York. (Eduardo Munoz/Pool Photo via AP)© Provided by Associated PressRepublican candidate for New York City mayor Curtis Sliwa speaks during a debate with Eric Adams, Brooklyn borough president and Democratic candidate for New York City mayor at the ABC 7 studios, Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021, in New York. (Eduardo Munoz/Pool Photo via AP)
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, a Democrat, has defended the police department against calls to dismantle it. On Tuesday, he’s fighting to keep his job against 16 challengers, with the most serious contenders running to his left.

Frey’s prospects may be linked to a ballot question that asks voters whether they want to replace the police department with a Department of Public Safety. Frey opposes the change, but his top two challengers support it.

Republican candidate for New York City mayor, Curtis Sliwa, right, and Eric Adams, Brooklyn borough president and Democratic mayoral candidate smile after a debate at the ABC-7 studios in New York, Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021. (Eduardo Munoz/Pool Photo via AP)© Provided by Associated PressRepublican candidate for New York City mayor, Curtis Sliwa, right, and Eric Adams, Brooklyn borough president and Democratic mayoral candidate smile after a debate at the ABC-7 studios in New York, Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021. (Eduardo Munoz/Pool Photo via AP)
Jacob Neiheisel, an associate professor of political science at the University at Buffalo, said that while local police departments often become an issue in mayor’s races, the issue is broader and looms larger for votes after 2020.

“I think that’s really front and center into how that they’re thinking about this issue. So it is taking up more of the campaign environment than it has in the past,” he said.

In New York City, Democrat and former police captain Eric Adams is expected to cruise to victory as the next mayor. Adams’ triumph in a crowded Democratic primary contest this past summer came after he struck a nuanced stance on policing and crime.

Adams, who would become the city’s second Black mayor, has described being beaten by police officers as a teenager when he was arrested for trespassing. When he later became a cop, he was a vocal critic of the police department, advocated for Black officers and spoke out about injustices. But he has not embraced calls from some progressives to defund the police by shifting money from law enforcement to social work and other programs aimed at addressing the root causes of crime.

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1 Response to KOMMONSENTSJANE – RACES STAY FOCUSED ON POLICE/EDUCATION.

  1. Reblogged this on ARLIN REPORT……………….walking this path together and commented:
    And part of the Marxist way of life is FRAUDULENT ELECTIONS. Todays vote will be no different. Do not expect a legal Red wave.

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