What Voters Need to Know

What Voters Need to Know
Updated July 28th, 2022

Primary and Municipal voters Age 50+ need to see the following as they are on the go:

Don Samuels and Ilhan Omar agree on many issues. Their main disagreement is on crime:
Don Samuels became a leading voice against gun violence and for public safety in his North Minneapolis neighborhood. He helped lead the fight last year against the amendment to eliminate the Minneapolis Police Department and he will work to get federal funding to help cities build police forces that reflect their values.
While: On the issue of public safety, Congresswoman Ilhan Omar supports the Defund the Police movement, even with violent crime on the rise. Since that effort failed last year, she’s offered no new solutions and has said it is not her job to explain rising crime.





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