Index – Abroad – Americans Say No to Criminal Reform and Relief

Voters in California, New Mexico, Mississippi, Montana, South Dakota, Iowa, and eastern New Jersey went to the polls to select representatives, senators, governor candidates, and mayoral candidates in the fall elections.

Prosecutors have also been voted out in some places. The The New York Times In San Francisco, voters recalled Chesa Bowden, a far-left attorney who has provided a wide range of criminal relief and reforms since his 2020 election.

As a result, the number of crime and crime rates in the liberal castle city have risen so dramatically over the past two years that Democratic voters have run out of confidence and have replaced their attorney.

He changed the parties

Among the Democratic candidates running for mayor in Los Angeles, billionaire real estate developer Rick Caruso and Representative Karen Bass advanced to the second round after neither of them managed to win more than 50 percent of the vote.

Concerns about public safety and the issue of homelessness dominated the Democratic mayoral campaign in the second largest US city. It is also in this sense that Rick Caruso enjoys great support from voters.

Veteran Republican Caruso changed his party just days before he officially announced his candidacy for Democratic mayor.

California’s Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom has won a comfortable pre-election victory, and on November 8, Brian Daley may compete with California’s Republican senator for the state’s premier political position.

  • Kevin Kelly, also backed by Donald Trump, has successfully run for GOP membership and will race with Democrat Kermit Jones in California’s third congressional district in November.
  • On the country’s east coast is the son of Federal Senator Bob Menendez, Jr. Robert J. Menendez won the Democratic nomination in New Jersey’s 8th congressional district.
  • In midwestern Iowa, 88-year-old veteran Republican Senator Charles E. Grassley handily won his party’s nomination for a federal Senate seat, and in November, Mike Franken could fight for a retired admiral for one of the two state Senate seats.
  • In New Mexico, Mark Ronchetti, the Republican candidate who has advanced from Albuquerque television meteorologist to politician, will be the challenger to Democratic Governor Michael Logan Grisham in November.
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(Cover Photo: Chesa Bowden June 7, 2022. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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