LETTERS: Colorado needs Tom Kim

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Editor: The crime rate is the highest it has been in two decades. The offender friendly policies coming out of the State Capitol have made our neighborhoods and our families less safe.

As an Aurora City Council Member, I have fought hard to address the rise in crime here in Aurora, but only so much can be done at the municipal level. We desperately need a statewide solution.

Tom Kim is running for Senate District 27 (Aurora, Centennial). He is a strong supporter of Law Enforcement and has volunteered for the Arapahoe County Mounted Patrol. In the State Senate, Tom will prioritize public safety and support laws that put criminals behind bars not back on the street.

I encourage you join me in voting for Tom Kim for State Senate.

Dustin Zvonek, via [email protected]

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GeneD
2 months ago

Don’t know how riding a horse qualifies one to be a state Senator, but maybe Dustin will explain further. Has your man explained where the personnel and funds will come from to support his ‘lock ’em up’ stance?

BTW, the rates for most crimes have been steadily declining, meanwhile, the rates for crimes and deaths caused by firearms continue to grow and represent a major public health epidemic.

Mr. Kim seems to be on the side of the myth of more guns make a safer society. Or has he changed his stance?

Don
Don
2 months ago
Reply to  GeneD

“BTW, the rates for most crimes have been steadily declining, meanwhile, the rates for crimes and deaths caused by firearms continue to grow and represent a major public health epidemic.”

Yeah that’s an outright and bold faced lie easily proved wrong by a simple google search. Colorado crimes without a firearm involved have been skyrocketing. Colorado leads the nation in car thefts and those are not being done at gun point. Seriously such a low IQ comment, you should be embarrassed.

Joe Felice
Joe Felice
2 months ago

Every politician supports law enforcement. And none is “offender friendly.” These are simply talking points from the playbook. We get it Dustin–just say we should vote for Kim because he’s a republican and leave it at that.

Don
Don
2 months ago
Reply to  Joe Felice

That’s not true and we’ve all witnessed the manifestation of that lack of support since 2020.