Aug 7, 2020
BRECKENRIDGE — Outfitted with masks, signs and American flags, several dozen Summit County community members made their way to the Breckenridge Police Department on Friday, Aug. 7, to rally in support of local law enforcement.
House of Representatives candidate Kim McGahey and Summit County Republicans chairman Mike Tabb organized the event along with other community members. While community members gathered to show their support of police officers, there were not any speakers at the event.
McGahey said he didn’t want speakers to keep the event from being politicized.
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