Even the newspaper is calling out Mayor Q on his biggest campaign promise FAIL.
In a mostly puff piece editorial blaming gun legislation, here's the most important passage . . .
When Quinton Lucas campaigned for mayor, he promised to reduce homicides to under 100 per year. Since Lucas was elected in 2020, the number of killings has reached triple digits each year.
“People of Kansas City have a right to say, ‘what the hell?’” Lucas said Monday. “We are not where we want to be.”
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
OPINION AND COMMENTARY Kansas City has a homicide problem. How else to explain the recent deaths of four people within a 24-hour span? Through Monday, 91 people have been killed in 2022, according to a Star database that tracks homicides, including fatal police shootings.