OCP announces the addition of Sarah Godlewski as the newest member of its Board of Directors, bringing with her decades of first-hand experience throughout rural America.
A vast number of rural Americans lack reliable internet service, contributing to disproportionate economic distress in non-metro communities. Expanding broadband service is necessary for creating rural jobs, attracting business, and accessing markets, education, and health care.
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.
DEDICATED TO RURAL ISSUES
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.
One Country Statement on February 2023 Jobs Report
President Biden’s Proposed Budget Outlines Fiscal Responsibility, Support for Working Families
One Country Project Looks Ahead to FCC Commissioner Who Will Ensure Rural Broadband Expansion
Rural Health and Air Medical Resources
Rural Progress Summit
Rural Progress Summit Day Three: Rural Horizons Poll
Q3 2022 Quarterly Rural Media Analysis
One Country Rural Playbook
Q2 2022 Quarterly Rural Media Analysis
GOULD: One Country Project’s Q3 Media Analysis and What it Means for North Dakota
Keys to Improving the Rural Economy Are Many
USDA Secretary Vilsack announces nearly $18 million for broadband internet in three Arkansas counties
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