Do you think more police funding would reduce crimes?
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720 Votes

Do you think more police funding would reduce crimes?

Yes!

10

No!

3

Yes!

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More police, DA's who will prosecute and judges who will convict!!! We need LAW & ORDER BACK!

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

Getting rid of the demented Democrats soft on crime and hard on good citizens policy's would reduce crime! Having more concealed carry citizens would certainly help! Putting God and Godly values back in this country is the ultimate solution! The lefts ungodly policies are destroying this country!

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den b
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den b

If the masses can't seem to control themselves then more police would be beneficial.

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Kimmy Wasatch
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Kimmy Wasatch

First step is to make criminals accountable for their actions, also reinstate laws to make drugs illegal again. We also need to respect the police and not put blame on them for criminal's actions. and yes, more funding is desperately needed. Never should have been defunded.

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Sussie Due
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Sussie Due

Goes without saying

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

Yes, defunding the police is stupid idea, stores need extra security gun control is not the answer

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Gabe West
Gabe West

We also need better mental health services

Sarah Croom
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Sarah Croom

I think Hummel has been a disaster & it’s past his time to move on. Just an opinion. Deschutes Co. is only growing faster & having less police makes no sense. The crime has only been rising.

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cindy
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cindy

of course , silly question!

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No!

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Nora Spangler
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Nora Spangler

If we're going to spend more money We need more Mental Health services and an "accepting" culture for those that want to seek help.

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Gabe West
Gabe West

I agree

Kevin Crabtree
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Kevin Crabtree

Not without Punishment for crime not police fault its society make an example of criminals do not coddle them

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k san
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k san

I may help with addressing crimes, but it probably won't reduce crime.

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Do you think Trump should have been criminally indicted again?

Do you think Trump should have been criminally indicted again?

Yes

2

No

1

Yes

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Jo Kendrick
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Jo Kendrick

He is a criminal. I have a legal education and work history and I can guarantee he is a criminal.

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David Batterson
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David Batterson

Yes. No person is above the law, and the former president put himself in this predicament, through his awful actions where he disobeyed the laws of the U.S.

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No

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Larry Ewart
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Larry Ewart

The whole charade is getting really boring.

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Are high gas prices making you reconsider owning an electric vehicle?
KTVZ Asked by KTVZ
877 Votes

Are high gas prices making you reconsider owning an electric vehicle?

Yes, they are!

4

No, not really

15

Yes, they are!

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Brian Klein
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Brian Klein

I really wish I had one!

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k san
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k san

When charging stations are ubiquitous, I would seriously consider buying an EV.

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Ron Johansen
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Ron Johansen

We definitely ought to do away with fossil fuels, and EV's are a way to do it, but we ought to address our out of control car culture too and make vast, revolutionary investments into robust public transit.

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Michael Dinsmore
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Michael Dinsmore

What you do mean "reconsider"? I considered one before, now I'm strongly considering it.

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Gabe West
Gabe West

No one can afford one in this economy and Biden. Think buying a electric vehicle will help the environment, climate. Does not exist the climate is always changing

No, not really

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Dieter Heinzer
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Dieter Heinzer

I can buy a ****LOT**** of gasoline for the money an Electric Vehicle would cost... ****AND**** my gas-consuming vehicles are a ****LOT**** more cost-effective over the next 10 years ***AND*** much less damaging to the environment NOW and in the FUTURE. I will NEVER buy an EV.

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

People are being forced into buying one that's what the Biden administration wants because they think they are better for the environment, the climate is always changing their is no climate change

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Gabe West
Gabe West

Plus no one can afford one in this economy

Caleb
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Caleb

Electric cars are great for around town. They can not replace my truck for towing. Taking a boat to prineville reservoir from bend and back is pretty taxing if not impossible for most Electric vehicles currently. I don't want to make it home with 3% battery hoping nothing happens along the way.

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Pam W
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Pam W

I would never be able to afford an electric car and they are worse for the environment when it comes to the batteries in them. Plus a new battery would cost more than the care itself. And I wouldn't want one to begin with. It is the worst idea ever!!!

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Jessi Johnson Horn
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Jessi Johnson Horn

They are still to expensive, don't have a far enough reach and there is not enough infrastructure. We aren't there yet. Maybe in 10 years, but not now.

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Jon Krutsch
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Jon Krutsch

I am considering an electric vehicle, but gas prices really don't play a part in this decision.

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Steven Huillet
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Steven Huillet

Will never buy an electric vehicle! The cost and maintenance over the long term just don't pencil out.

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RO2312
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RO2312

I have a hybrid all wheel drive. I average 42 MPG. I haven't looked back. Charging station not required.

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Larry Ewart
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Larry Ewart

The arrogance of our country thinking we can make a difference in changing the climate is laughable. Especially when countries such as China, India, Russia and those in South America do not pay attention to any of it.

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

NOT HARDLY! First of all I do not like them and would never buy one! Secondly I will not be forced by the liberal lunatic left!!!

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Kevin Crabtree
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Kevin Crabtree

I will when they are feasible they are not I am in the auto business they have just as many negative's as positives. But in 5-10 years maybe we will see Hydrogen or Bio fueled would have been a better way to go but whatever Politicians think is best for us

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Clancy Prentice
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Clancy Prentice

We need to find a better way to store electricity before electric vehicles will be feasible for the whole of society.

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