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Pennsylvania Working Families Party, for example, knocked on more than 70,000 doors in support of Krasner over the course of his primary campaign.“Larry Krasner’s win is a big deal in Philadelphia and beyond.
On Wednesday, he sought to set a tone that was more amenable to those who feel his rhetoric during the campaign was “anti-police” and overly critical the District Attorney’s office.“I’m an enormous fan of people in law enforcement who keep their obligation to uphold the constitution and seek justice,” Krasner assured at a media availability, adding that he’d been in recent contact with Police Commissioner Richard Ross, whom Krasner called “a genuinely progressive, forward thinking commissioner.” Krasner comments were in part a response to Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #5 President John Mc Nesby who has called Krasner “anti-law enforcement” in the media and suggested in a article that Mc Nesby would advise officers not to act in certain situations while on duty “because you’re not going to be covered.”Rochelle Bilal, president of the Guardian Civic League, the local chapter of The National Black Police Association, said that although the organization endorsed another D. candidate (Rich Negrin), “we were not anti-Krasner.”She said during the election, a lot of the candidates’ rhetoric came across as “anti-police,” including Krasner’s and that rhetoric has stoked fear in members of the police force.