At heart of cultural divide, rural Wisconsin could tip US election

Viroqua (United States) (AFP) – In western Wisconsin, where family-run dairy farms dot the rolling green hills and eagle-watchers peer into the sparkling marshland, signs for Donald Trump and Joe Biden stand directly across each other on neighbors’ yards.In a polarized United States where Democrats and Republicans increasingly self-segregate, this stretch of the Upper Midwest alongside the Mississippi River looks as close as regions get — and, if the November 3 vote is tight, it could prove pivotal for the whole election.Hillary Clinton infamously never campaigned in Wisconsin in the main str…

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