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Rural Revitalization

“That’s what I’m taking to the 2020 folks: rural revitalization. I called it the new rural economy. And it’s three things: traditional agriculture; advanced manufacturing and having the workforce to prepare for that; and technology.”


Rural Majority thinks it starts lower on the ticket. Electing democrats at the village, town, and county level can pave the way for state and federal democrats to lead with this platform. But in the current climate of our politics, big GOP money will always win unless we can back it up with a proven solid base.


Read more about it from J.D. Scholten, a lanky Democrat from northwest Iowa: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jd-scholten-steve-king-iowa-democrats-rural-economy_us_5c48fda8e4b0e1872d40d05f?fbclid=IwAR3uX27QnmcDdEqTuX9JlXfk3O1ymz_6_zhpmpKIGkqiGfeFsZeHgU69tJs

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