A New Guidebook to Holding Local Officials Accountable

Mike Muse
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Real criminal justice reform is possible, but candidates need to answer our questions to get our votes.



In my column last week, I proposed that for this election, beyond simply voting, people try to affect change at the local level by voting solely on the issue of criminal justice reform. I hesitated to make such a recommendation — single-issue voting often prevents the voter from looking at a candidate’s holistic platform — but we are in unprecedented times.

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