rural america

The Senate’s rural bias allows conservatives to control American politics with a minority coalition and leaves voters of color voiceless. Democrats need to overcome it before they can change it.
Telemedicine is on the rise as COVID-19 spreads. But slow internet keeps it out of reach for people who need it most.
Joe Biden is winning in rural areas where Sanders romped in 2016.
These state or local programs are becoming popular because they build connections between rural and urban residents in a divisive political climate.
Recruiting is tough when there’s a perception of limited career growth and a lack of acceptance as an ethnic minority or member of the LGBTQ community.
As Democratic presidential candidates look to make a headstart with heartland voters, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.) met with HuffPost in Iowa to outline his vision for rural America.
Between 1992 and 2012, almost 31 million acres of farm and ranch land have been taken out of production across America.
HuffPost and Open Markets will host a Democratic presidential forum today.