The One Country Project’s third quarterly media analysis examined rural and national traditional media coverage, as well as rural traditional media and social media. Both rural and urban discussions focused on the economy, abortion, and climate change in the face of the upcoming midterms.
The One Country Project presented the inaugural 2022 Rural Champion Awards to four lawmakers. Rural Champions have provided bipartisan leadership and advanced legislation to improve rural life, support agriculture, and diversify the rural economy.
The One Country Project’s Rural Playbook provides a guide to the issues impacting rural voters and how Democrats can best connect with them on the key issues of the economy, inflation, abortion, immigration, crime, and others in lead up to Election Day 2022.
In the latest episode of the Hot Dish Podcast, Celinda Lake, Democratic Party political strategist, joins OCP founder Heidi Heitkamp in a discussion of the Kansas primary election, the future of state elections post-Roe, and how the Inflation Reduction Act will support rural Americans.
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The One Country Project is dedicated to reopening the dialogue with rural communities, rebuilding trust and respect, and advancing an opportunity agenda for rural Americans. Our mission is to ensure rural America’s priorities and values are heard, understood, well-represented and reflected in policy in Washington.
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Rural Progress Summit
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Q3 2022 Quarterly Rural Media Analysis
One Country Rural Playbook
Q2 2022 Quarterly Rural Media Analysis
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