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After a scandal engulfed some of L.A.’s most powerful politicians, a slate of progressive candidates is running on new approaches for tackling homelessness and mass incarceration.
Francisco Aviles Pino
True public safety, advocates say, is one of the most urgent issues facing Cincinnati voters ahead of Tuesday’s primary election.
Four first-time candidates could grant progressives a majority on the Board of Alders and transform public safety and housing policy.
The housing advocate’s run for city council could be a Texan litmus test for the broad appeal of policies popular with working class voters.
Fife has pledged to reinvest in the local community, aggressively combat the housing crisis, address income inequality, education, healthcare and more.
The proposed legislation would expand the city’s public mental healthcare system using funds reallocated from the police budget.