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All politics are local.

We know that local politics are different than national politics. But what does local representation look like? Often non-partisan, local leaders strive to rise the tide in hopes that everyone in their community is given an equal opportunity to succeed.

That's what the #ruralmajority is focused on. Putting power back into the hands of the people we know, excluding outside & special interests, and empowering our local leaders to stand up for what's good and just - including fighting for the American worker.

Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown has some thoughts: https://www.newsweek.com/2018/12/21/2020-elections-sherrod-brown-democrats-trump-1255743.html?fbclid=IwAR2wxXQVhSG_shgJrkEHl8d9T7N19Fu5ihVxeI0Dx5rW-T5GOuQ-0DB15Us

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