Voters in the City of Nashville decided on Amendment 1 which was one of six charter amendments on the November 6th general election ballot. Amendment 1 was watched closely nationwide as supporters of civilian police oversight boards saw the vote in Nashville as a bellwether vote. Other similar cities would view the result in Nashville […]
The 2018 midterm elections demonstrated how diverse and polarized our country has become. As most races were determined during elections night, the results of many late call races were announced over the following weeks to determine the direction of the House of Representatives and whether or not there would be a “Blue Wave.” Law enforcement […]
American Police Officers Alliance worked with the Congressional Leadership Fund on November 2-4 in Duluth, Minnesota. American Police Officers Alliance volunteers worked with the Congressional Leadership Fund to canvass the neighborhoods in the City of Duluth to get out the vote for former police officer Pete Stauber who ran for Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District. The […]
The 2018 mid-term elections for the American Police Officers Alliance brought both victory and defeat. Having the opportunity to help win an election in an mid-term election cycle is both satisfying and promising. Here is a recap of our election-related activity: Minnesota-8 Congress: Mid-Term Victory Volunteers from the American Police Officers Alliance helped the Congressional […]
Leading up to the mid-term elections, American Police Officers Alliance is presenting a series of posts about important races across the country. We’re looking next at several levels of races all involving former law enforcement professionals in Minnesota that span from the federal level with Pete Stauber’s upset run for US Representative, to three State Representative […]
Democratic candidate is endorsed by anti-police organization in Florida The Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputies Association is accusing Florida Democratic candidate Andrew Gillum of being “hostile toward law enforcement” because he signed a radical organization’s “Freedom Pledge” that contains anti-police rhetoric. The pledge supports social-style “Freedom Papers,” which declares “police and prisons have no place in […]
With less than a month until the 2018 elections, the American Police Officers Alliance is presenting a series of posts about important Sheriff’s races across the country. First we’ll look at several races in Illinois, a state whose violent crime rate has increased even as the country’s rates have declined. The races feature a variety of compelling […]
American Police Officers Alliance conducted a brushfire poll earlier this year called, “We Ask America.” We asked registered voters questions about current law enforcement issues, including funding, training, perceptions of government, and more. The answers we received were eye-opening and have important implications for the midterm elections coming up in November 2018. A full report of […]
Continuing our coverage of elections that are relevant to the men and women in law enforcement, we take a look at two Colorado state elections featuring candidates with law enforcement backgrounds who are committed to improving the lives and security of the residents of their districts. In the 13th district John Cooke who is running […]
With less than 100 days until the 2018 mid-term elections and the majority of the House of Representative up for grabs, every race is important. While polls favor many Democrats looking to win currently Republican seats across the country, things may go another direction in the 8th district of Minnesota, where Republican and former police […]
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