Minneapolis residents came out in full force Tuesday and voted not to replace the Police Department with a new Department of Public safety. Hamline University University political analyst David Schultz:
“I think the issues of law and order, the lack of an alternative plan for how to reform the police really came to bear in Minneapolis and I think these are going to be themes we across the country. We know that crime is up, homicides are up in many, many cities across the United States.”
Unless something changes, Schultz believes law and order are going to be a major issue in the 2022 elections.