Many issues face us a as district, as a state, and as a nation. Harrison Stanley can tackle them with dignity and justice for all, and help to strengthen our communities so Ohio can be a better place. The following are the policy areas we wish to highlight most:
Harrison Stanley is an academic. He has worked on numerous archaeology research projects and his work has been published by the Johns Hopkins University Macksey Symposium. He wants to improve access to education for all, especially at the high school level. One of the primary goals for education in our district is to create the opportunity for those who did not graduate high school to work towards their GED free of charge.
For too long, policing in our communities, and America as a whole, has been an adversarial system, where the police force is pitted against the people. It is time to reform the police force: to reassign some of the duties transferred the police over the years that can be better performed by other actors, to end the transfer of military equipment to the police force, and to dramatically reshape the requirements to become an officer, shifting the focus to deescalation, building community trust and rapport, and acting as representatives of the people, not as their punishers.
The United States remains essentially the only developed nation in the world that treats healthcare as a commodity rather than a right. Harrison Stanley’s position on healthcare is that it is a right granted by your very existence as a human being, and that this right should be extended to all Americans without question. He will push for currently stalled universal healthcare legislation, already introduced in the legislature but stifled under bureaucratic protocol, to be voted on and passed.
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