With the people of Cook County losing their trust in the State's Attorney's office due to lack of respondents and criminal charges in cases such as Laquan McDonald and Rekia Boyd, Chicago native and judicial advocate, Kim Foxx has stepped up to run for office of State's Attorney this year. Aiding under Cook County President Toni Preckwinkle as Chief of Staff for twelve years, Foxx has the professional credentials, experience, and upbringing to correlate both the judicial system and public safety effectively.
Foxx is an Alumni of Southern Illinois University Carbondale, and member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Growing up in the Cabrini Green housing project, She's declared that her upbringing grants her a deeper understanding of crime and violence in the city which prides her first responsibility to keeping our communities safe.
Kim Foxx looks to improve not only our state's attorney's office but our streets as well. Her initiatives consists of establishing a new gun trafficking unit, finding alternative methods to non-violent convictions of young adults, and enhancing the State's Attorney's lack of effectiveness in criminal charges.
Chicago Sun Times released a statement endorsing Foxx saying, "in a Contentious race, Foxx has made it clear she understands what this election is all about, Restoring Faith in the state's attorney's office."
Kim's Foxx's motives and experiences lets nothing hold her back from enhancing the safety of our streets and breaking the irrelevant trends in criminal convictions. Kim Foxx is a refreshing and vital beginning to our State' s Attorney's office. The election takes place November 8th and What's The Word TV is standing behind her in establishing a positive transformation in our judicial system.