“(The 2016 election) brought home a reality that we were dimly aware of, but were not focused on,” said Will Marshall, who formed New Democracy. “We have to expand the party and we have to expand in all directions, reaching beyond our core partisans and engaging voters who are not now Democrats or are not now voting for us.”
Marshall added, “We have to go everywhere and build real, winning coalitions and majorities again.”
So how do Democrats earn the support of rural voters?
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