In the past year, protests calling for police reform have had a major impact on national politics, but most changes would need to be implemented on a local level. In Pittsburgh, mayoral candidates are shaping their campaigns to address the growing pressure from activists– and it might lead to the city’s first Black mayor. Alexis Johnson checks in with the mayor and his rival to see how they’re preparing to sway voters ahead of the May primary.
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