Deputy DA John McKinney on the importance of re-electing Jackie Lacey


If you know us, you know we are not fans of George Gascon. If he's elected as District Attorney his policies will wreak havoc on Los Angeles County.

Gascon lives in the land of unicorns, Jackie Lacey lives in the world of facts and has what it takes to do the job we need her to do. She is compassionate and fights for victims' rights. Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert just put out a piece on Lacey's background and explains the reasons why she does what she does:

"A strong woman stands up for herself. A stronger woman stands up for everybody else.
Jackie Lacey is that stronger woman.
It is no wonder that it was Jackie Lacey who was elected the first African American and the first female top prosecutor after 162 years of the existence of the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office. She is a woman of dignity, fairness and grace who performs her duties with quiet professionalism and a deep sense of personal responsibility.
As female elected District Attorneys, we are a diverse group spanning the state of California: we are mothers, sisters, partners, wives, members of the LGBTQ community, Republicans, Independents, Democrats; we live in rural areas of our state, metropolitan areas, and everywhere in between, and are united in our pride to support Jackie Lacey in her re-election this November.
Understanding who Jackie Lacey is reveals why she is an extraordinary woman, leader and District Attorney..."

You can click here to read the full piece.

LA County Deputy District Attorney John McKinney also joined us today to discuss his own background, why he got into his line of work, and why Jackie Lacey is the right choice for District Attorney. Listen to his interview below!

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