Last year, Minneapolis voted to defund their police department. This year, they’re voting to completely disband it. The measure is up for vote for Nov 2, 2021.
This measure is not only dangerous for Minneapolis, but could set the precedent for cities big and small across the nation.
If you or someone you know needs more information as why this measure cannot be passed, we’ve compiled a list of articles:
- Polling Suggests Minneapolis Ballot Measure Could Pass, Effectively Disbanding Minneapolis PD
- Reuters: Minneapolis Police Back Off in Crime Since Floyd, Crime Surges as Ballot Measure Looms
- As November Nears, Democrat Politicians Distance Themselves from Minneapolis Anti-Police Ballot Question
- Yes 4 Minneapolis: Citizens File Lawsuit, Democrat Governor Comes Out Against
- Bipartisan bill would protect officers from fentanyl
- Gov. Reynolds criticizes Biden border policies during Texas visit
- Already defunded Seattle Police facing losing nearly 300 cops – or more than 1/4 of their force – this month alone
- A voice for law and order: Texas Senator and law enforcement veteran promises to continue to stand strong for peace officers
- Border Patrol documents reveal 160K illegal immigrants have been released into U.S. interior since March alone
- Police say hands tied as mob trashes Oregon downtown
- 170 Seattle first responders off duty after vaccine deadline
- Re-funding the police: As crime skyrockets, Portland mayor wants to rehire 100 recently retired officers