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Civility Before, During, and After Election Day

OPINION

 

October 22, 2020



By JOHNATHAN HLADIK

Policy Director

Center for Rural Affairs

Discussion and debate has always been a part of rural America.

From coffee shops to the local co-op, rural residents aren’t afraid to show their loyalty for one candidate or another, share their thoughts on the issues of the day, and voice their distrust of the government. Sometimes opinions can spur disagreement and raise tensions. But, in the end, most of us will agree to disagree, shake hands, and go about our day.

Lately, this seems to have changed. The divisive politics of Washington have made their way to our Main Streets...



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