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Southside Republicans sound off on Chicago crime wave, Second Amendment right:

'We wanna take back our power'


Over the July 4th holiday weekend, 10 were killed and 62 were injured in Chicago due to gun violence

Fields said that Southside Republicans will continue it's work to "reach the people, neighbor by neighbor, and family by family" to "recondition their minds, revitalize the way they perceive government, so that we can stop electing these kinds of people. … We have to be held accountable to who we elect."

Speaking about the work Southside Republicans do, Jones said the group utilizes

"biblical principles" to advance the overall goal of the Republican Party while ensuring that the mission is "relevant to the community."


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