The only way to help rural America have a broader voice is to have meaningful conversations about substance and policy and stay engaged.
Research out of Columbia University show a slight Electoral College bias toward Donald Trump but less of a tilt than in the 2016 election.
With Trump zeroed in bigger farms and Biden on smaller one, to say there is one solid ag-answer to the presidential election is too broad a generalization.
Food production has long been central to politics, and the 2016 presidential race showed everyone just how vital the agricultural industry and rural America are to the election. It’s shaping up to be a barn-burner of a 2020 presidential election in more ways than one, as yet again the nation’s agricultural states look to […]
Rural Americans — both in ag and other blue-collar industries — are keen on politics. And the electoral college is important to having a voice.