By Stefanie Feldman
Stefanie Feldman, traveling with John Edwards through the Kentucky mountains, questions whether an increasingly urban nation will back his plan for rural America.
The leading presidential candidates spent their 4th of July mingling with potential Iowa caucus-goers. They paraded through small towns across the state. They at holiday food, sweated and posed for pictures next to the iconic pickup truck…
John Edwards looks comfortable in a pair of jeans and rolled up sleeves, talking to citizens in the heartland. In an article, Getting Real, in the July 2007 issue of Men's Vogue,reporter Joe Hagan describes John Edwards as a man who is not…
'Rural' hasn't exactly been at the tip (or any other portion) of the candidates' tongues in the first several presidential debates. Maybe that will change. If not, speak your piece about the candidates and the campaign in DY's forums.
Sen. Barack Obama, Democrat of Illinois, and Republican Sen. Jim Bunning of Kentucky have almost nothing in common except for coal. For a bit, the two agreed. Then Obama became a very serious candidate for president.
A Carroll, Iowa, columnist asks presidential candidates why rural communities are over-represented among the troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. The answers vary.