But if Trump becomes president, Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley said that would set her city back.
"We're an immigrant-friendly community, and we're really proud because we believe in order to grow our community we need to be diverse and make sure everyone that comes to the city or lives in the city knows that we're about," she said.
She continued, saying that “there’s no doubt” if Trump becomes president “that he would take every single dollar that he could out of our police forces because of that policy. And we would be a less inclusive, opening community. It’s a core value with us — no matter who you love, or where you come from, you’re welcome in Dayton, I don’t want that value to go because Donald Trump is president.”