Message from a Midwest Voter

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I love this photo of a barn in a field with an American flag hanging from it.

I love it because this is how presidential candidates, their advisors, and the media tend to see those of us who live in the middle of the United States.

To them, we are all Ford Trucks, cherry pies, a cookout with s’mores, and kids getting off school buses with bright backpacks. We’re rugged. We wear denim…

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Helping people through career trauma. Sharing thoughts on kindness, health, parenting, and politics too. Author of the ebook Reject Revolution. Be well.

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Ree Jackson

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Helping people through career trauma. Sharing thoughts on kindness, health, parenting, and politics too. Author of the ebook Reject Revolution. Be well.

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