US Senate candidates on crime prevention in Milwaukee

Democratic candidate Mandela Barnes and Republican incumbent Ron Johnson are on campaign trial for the US Senate, just 45 days from Election Day. Both are focused on crime as the race heats up.”Well it’s important that we do everything we can to stop crime from happening in the first place, we need to make sure our community has the resources we need to make sure our schools are fully funded,” Barnes said during a campaign stop at the Washington Senior Center in Milwaukee. Meanwhile, Sen. Ron Johnson addresses the issue by hosting a crime roundtable at God Touch Milwaukee. “We just need to do a better job of educating our children and instilling morals and values ​​in them so they can live exceptional lives and we just need to support our families and support each other in our communities. ” Barnes focuses on Employment and Accessibility.”When there were high paying jobs readily available ready to be taken, we didn’t have these crime cases because people’s needs were being met, we’re talking about desperation complete in many areas.” Ron Johnson currently holds a one-point lead on his challenge, in a recent poll released by Marquette Law School. “In many ways I think we all share the same goals, we want security, we want security, we want prosperity, we want opportunity,” Johnson said.

Democratic candidate Mandela Barnes and Republican incumbent Ron Johnson are on campaign trial for the US Senate, just 45 days from Election Day.

The two focus on crime as the race heats up.

“Well it’s important that we do everything we can to stop crime from happening in the first place, we need to make sure our community has the resources we need to make sure our schools are fully funded” , Barnes said during a campaign stop at the Washington Senior Center in Milwaukee.

Meanwhile, Sen. Ron Johnson addresses the issue by hosting a crime roundtable at God Touch Milwaukee.

“We just need to do a better job of educating our children and instilling morals and values ​​in them so they can live exceptional lives and we just need to support our families and support each other in our communities.”

Barnes focusing on employment and accessibility.

“When there were high paying jobs readily available ready to be taken, we didn’t have these felony cases because people’s needs were being met, we’re talking about complete desperation in many areas.”

Ron Johnson currently holds a one-point lead on his challenge, in a recent poll released by Marquette Law School.

“In many ways I think we all share the same goals, we want security, we want security, we want prosperity, we want opportunity,” Johnson said.

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