No holiday for crime ... | Arkansas Blog

Friday, September 29, 2006

No holiday for crime ...

Posted By on Fri, Sep 29, 2006 at 12:49 PM

... Not with a mayoral race to be decided. Mark Stodola is the latest to attempt to capitalize. His  new ads apparently are designed to scare the pants off voters about Little Rock's murder rate, then offer voters the reassuring prospect of electing a man with crime-fighting credentials as a former prosecutor. Jesse Mason has already staked out this issue with a hire-more-cops plank. Bill Walker has talked crime, too, though mindful of his base, has talked with a velvet glove, blending enforcement with prevention. Ms. Graves?

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