Darrell Jordan Has "100 Hour Plan." After That, Well, You're On Your Own. Just Kidding.

They don't call Darrell Jordan the "100 Hour Man" for nothing.
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For those who think we only publish Sam Coats press releases verbatim, here's one from Darrell Jordan, who today released his "100 Hour Plan," which would involve a lot of talking -- about crime. Says the release, Jordan's "first 100 hours in office will be dedicated to a major crime reduction summit, "during which Jordan would assemble damned near everyone you can think of -- from City Manager Mary Suhm to Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins to, um, Batman -- and get them to solve the city's crime problem.

“Crime is the biggest challenge we face as a city," Jordan says in the release. "That is why our campaign scoured the country for the best crime-fighting ideas and incorporated them into a comprehensive Crime Reduction Plan, which is still the only detailed plan announced by any of the mayoral candidates." The entirety of the "100 Hour Plan" can be read here. --Robert Wilonsky

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