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The National Fraternal Order of Police celebrated Democratic Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s defeat in the Tuesday mayoral election on social media.
Former Chicago Public Schools and Philadelphia School District CEO Paul Vallas and second-place candidate Cook County Commissioner Brandon Johnson both beat Lightfoot, setting the stage for an April 4 runoff election between the two men, according to The Associated Press.
In a Wednesday-morning tweet, the NFOP called the result “a prime example of what happens to politicians who make decisions based on the direction of [sic] the political winds are blowing.”
“It’s real simple: without law and order, nothing else matters,” the organization said.
“We are just grateful the winds of the Windy City finally blew her out of town!”
Crime has remained a major problem in Chicago during Lightfoot’s tenure.
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