Every New York City mayoral candidate has had to answer one question: What would you do about stop and frisk?
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On one end of the spectrum, Democrat John Liu said he would abolish the police tactic altogether. On the other end, Republican candidate Joe Lhota--echoing the position of Mayor Michael Bloomberg and NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly--said reforms to stop and frisk would make the city more dangerous.
As the stop-and-frisk debate brings up big questions--about security, liberty, gun control, racial profiling, and police accountability-- it shines light on each candidate's vision for the city.
Infographic by Jan Diehm for The Huffington Post.