|© a voice from the rustbelt|
Yes, Clevelanders will be effected. A few will make a quick profit, and the rest either inconvenienced and not benefiting. For street hijinks look back to Chicago in 1968. Cleveland will have a black eye. The local establishment will not allow such speech now, because Cleveland always kisses up to someone who is assumed and considered as having money, and therefore clout. Yes, Cleveland is Babbitt city. There is a Bette Davis movie line, “Fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy night”.
The two leading candidates are repellent to most people. Of course, you may have a different view. Their party is anti-democratic [they are just missing matching uniforms], and as a major party has not a peer in the developed world. Cleveland is nationally known to have a problematic police force. Trump and some of his people are 'speculating' about riots, and days of rage. I again quote from Shakespeare's, The Tempest, “Hell is empty and all the devils are here”.