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“If Sen. Warnock wants to highlight this, then bring it on.”

Gail Gitcho, Herschel Walker’s campaign strategist, regarding the campaign’s decision to distribute 1,000 imitation police badges at an upcoming fundraiser after his opponent Georgia Sen. Raphael Warnock accused Walker of pretending to be an officer after pulling out a fake police badge at a debate last week. Walker will use the moment to reinforce his support of law enforcement. (NPR — Oct. 19, 2022)

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  • California Assemblymember Lori Wilson, regarding a new law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom that allows all state drivers to use digital license plates, which allow motorists to renew their registration automatically and slightly modify the plate’s appearance. Digital license plates are also legal in Arizona and Michigan and, for commercial fleet vehicles, Texas; 10 other states are considering adopting the technology. (NPR — Oct. 15, 2022)
  • Woodrow Glass, a 74-year-old retiree in Raleigh, N.C., regarding the mass shooting done by a 15-year-old late in the afternoon on Thursday, Oct. 13. While the type of gun the gunman used is not yet clear, Glass noted the gun had enough power to kill five people and wound two others. Glass was the neighbor to Nicole Conners, one of the victims of the shooting. (Associated Press — Oct. 14, 2022)
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