The old adage that “all politics is local” has never been more true than it is today.
Too often, we’re focused on Washington politicians and not leaders and issues at the state and local level.
One thing the COVID-19 pandemic taught us is that state and local leaders have a lot of power over our lives.
Whether it’s school curriculum, election integrity, law and order, crime, sanctuary cities or the opioid crisis, local leadership matters a great deal and we must prioritize it.
“All Politics Is Local” Transcript:
They Say That All Politics Is Local…
School Curriculum: “American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten now reportedly urging Dems to double down on Critical Race Theory.” – Fox Business
Crime: “Homicide rates in Philadelphia continue to grow.” – NBC News
“The Lack of staffing has caused a shift in how police here in Seattle do their jobs.” – NBC 5 Seattle
Funding Police: “We have to reallocate resources, so yes.” – Stacey Abrams on CNN
Sanctuary Cities and Drug Trafficking: “The state is seeing a massive spike in fentanyl overdoses with 96% of the drugs trafficked, in the region, coming from Mexico.” – Fox News
Masks In Schools: “Masks will be required at San Diego Unified Schools.” – CBS 8 San Diego
Election Integrity: “Would ban private money from coming in and influencing our elections.” – South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem
Leadership At The State & Local Levels Matters
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