DC voters approve of crime bill that GOP wants to undo, poll finds
TYPE:HIT In The News
AUDIENCE:Public Safety, Race and Racism, African-Americans
HIT founding partner Terrance Woodbury was quoted in The Hill about HIT’s research with DC Justice Lab on the RCCA:
“But Terrance Woodbury, founding partner of HIT Strategies, says this could be a mistake on Biden’s part. Nearly 80 percent of voters said they would be more likely to support a candidate who would vote for the RCCA.
‘Like a majority of Americans, District voters support a number of efforts to reimagine public safety; in this case, more than 8 in 10 support the revised criminal code, which modernizes the law and makes it fair,’ Woodbury said. ‘Any Democrat who plans to overturn the will of voters on criminal justice reform must not be aware of the data and studies showing voters of across party lines are looking for real solutions over tough crime talk.’”
Read the full article on The Hill website.