Mike Males at Yes! magazine writes—How First-Time Voters Led Change in a Deep-Red State. Election night’s most surprising Democratic victory defies the trend of a growing urban-rural chasm:
Beyond Democrats’ gain of nearly 40 seats to take control of the House of Representatives, the specter of widening national division looms even larger.
Election returns show rural areas (as in Indiana, Missouri, North Dakota, Tennessee, Georgia, etc.) turned even redder, while more urbanized areas...
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