Thomas Dowell

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Thomas Dowell was a candidate for Charlottesville City Council in 1976 who ran a law-and-order-focused candidacy.

Dowell blamed a lack of order on "the college educated professionals who take a soft stand on crime and blame anti-social acts on social conditions and environmental factors, etc," citing the Downtown Mall as a waste of money compared to public safety spending[1].


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References

  1. Print: Dowell Announces Candidacy, , Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises January 3, 1976, Page A9.