You Vote: Are you satisfied with the nation's policies to reduce crime?
Crime emerging as major issue for midterm elections.
Tuesday's recall of progressive San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin sent a clear message to elected officials nationwide: Voters, even in liberal, heavily Democratic cities, are worried about crime, and no one is safe from their wrath.
Indeed, violent crime is on the rise in many cities, as is larceny. Amid this crime wave, political leaders across the country, including ones who once called to defund the police, are preaching the importance of law and order and being tough on crime.
Polling also shows Americans are increasingly concerned about crime, which has become a central issue in this year's midterm elections.
But with increased concern, are we seeing better policies being implemented? Do you feel more or less safe than in the past in your own community? Here's your chance to weigh in: