Hennessey told us he wants to stick to his own turf, but if he were more visible on police reform, criminal justice, and law enforcement, the city would benefit immensely.
Hennessey's only opponent is David Wong, a deputy sheriff who was unable to make a case for replacing the incumbent. We're happy to endorse Hennessey for another term but since this might be his last before retirement, we urge him to take his progressive views and push them onto a larger stage.
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