Midterms 2018: Trump Remains on Top in Farm Country
Republicans flipped Senate seats in three ag-heavy states
In the end, election night turned into a gentle blue wave, showing the nation as divided as ever.
According to a report at Successful Farming, suburban voters pushed back against President Trump, giving control of the House back to the Democrats, while voters in rural areas doubled down on their support of the president, flipping the Senate seats in three ag-heavy states to the Republicans.
The results of Tuesday’s midterms, however, paint a more varied picture. The take-home message? Democratic candidates can gain an edge, at least in some rural areas and with the right approach.
See the full report here.