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In addition to breaking and enterprise news, Hamre said. a farmstead where Nuttal and Butcher lived. in 2008 But since then the president’s national approval rating has slipped to 39 percent in late July according to Gallup helping to explain why political activism groups are flourishing in some places that turned out heavily in Trump’s favor during the electionResults of a Washington Post-Kaiser Family Foundation poll suggest that Trump has long been on shaky ground in parts of rural America Rural respondents to the April poll were as likely to strongly disapprove of Trump’s job as president as to strongly approve about 30 percent each When broken down by gender rural women reported a slightly higher disapproval than rural men perhaps why many of the grass-roots groups are led by womenKelly Sullivan a 30-year-old restaurant server in Sioux Falls and member of LEAD noted that rural America has long been politically diverse but the recent surge of political activism has made it more noticeable"People like us in smaller places and people that are in the rural communities we’re just the same as the big city slickers" Sullivan said of her fellow rural activists "The feeling that we’re not being represented or the feeling that the current administration is doing things that we disagree with we’re on the same page as the people who are in the big cities" Trump won all but five of the 66 counties in South Dakota – including Minnehaha the county in which Sioux Falls a city of about 170000 people is located The state gave Trump one of the highest approval ratings in the country during his first six months in office – 54 percent according to GallupStill Sullivan said a resistance effort has been building in the state since Trump was elected In January she co-chaired a local march in conjunction with the national women’s march attracting nearly 3300 demonstrators to downtown Sioux Falls in 30 degree temperatures Sullivan said the experience – seeing the sea of like-minded people – transformed her from a person who never dreamed of being politically active to someone who uses her spare time to call lawmakers She is also preparing for her own run for a state legislative seat next yearLEAD South Dakota has a nine-person board of directors and committees tasked with monitoring state legislative activity candidate recruitment and other efforts So far the group is working with 75 candidates who are interested in running for office and is planning to break into chapters across the state to help manage its rapid growth"I was absolutely surprised to see the groundswell here in South Dakota" Kroger said "I have some experience in politics so I know how it feels to be the little guy in a state where you very much feel like the minority"In Ohio Moving Forward Together Ashtabula County a grass-roots group affiliated with the nationwide Trump resistance movement Indivisible has also exceeded its leader’s initial expectationsWhen Moving Forward hosted its first community forum in May a panel to discuss concerns about health care and immigration "I was afraid it would be three people and a sign" said the group’s chair Jessica Leveto The forum took place in Jefferson Ohio – a rural town of about 3000 people in a county that cast 57 percent of its votes for TrumpNearly 125 people showed up Leveto saidMoving Forward started in a local coffee shop in February and within two weeks – with a few social media posts and through word of mouth – its numbers outgrew the space said Leveto an assistant professor of sociology at Kent State University at AshtabulaLeveto points to May’s Affordable Care Act repeal vote as an indicator of her group’s growing muscle Despite routinely following party line votes Ashtabula’s congressman US Rep David Joyce R-Ohio was among the 20 Republicans who did not vote in favor of the repeal"I think we had something to do with that" Leveto said "I don’t think it was just our group but the groups in the district I think there were a lot of phone calls"Joyce did not return requests for commentRural political action organizers say a health-care revision is a dominant issue that has galvanized their groups because members are concerned that rural citizens will be largely effected by any changes Leveto said specifically many attendees at her group’s May event wanted answers on how an overhaul might effect the area’s fight against the opioid crisisIn The Post -Kaiser Health poll 95 percent of rural respondents said Medicaid is very or somewhat important to their communities Thirteen percent said they rely on Medicaid themselves compared to 10 percent of their urban and suburban counterparts"Our communities are at risk these are things that even in the South we see the need to stand up and fight for the people in our community and I think that’s something that transcends region" said Mandy Fowler founding member of the Kudzu Coalition of West Alabama a growing political action organizationAs an Indivisible group the Kudzu Coalition hosts local forums provides advocacy training and coordinates phone calls and emails to legislators Its cornerstone event is a weekly demonstration called "Show up Shelby" when members gather in the lobby of Republican Sen Richard Shelby’s Tuscaloosa office to call for a town hall meetingThe group uses the name of the Kudzu plant an invasive species common in the South that is resistant to most herbicides Fowler said it’s an appropriate moniker in a state where nearly 63 percent of voters backed Trump"We grow fast and we connect and we flourish in an area where it can be difficult for others to thrive We are hard to get rid of" Fowler saidThe group spun off from a closed Facebook page that connected Alabamians who wanted to discuss their dissatisfaction with the election"Especially in a red state it can make things uncomfortable at work school places like that where people are more Republican" said Kisha Emmanuel a graduate student in Tuscaloosa who began following the page soon after the election She’s now an active member of the Kudzu CoalitionAs the number of page followers grew Fowler said she wanted to mobilize the energy she was seeing online and began in-person meetings in DecemberSmall town and rural mobilizing will probably yield results said James Simmons a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh who recently researched voter trends and attitudes in rural areas"If you look across the country and you look at the real change that has happened over the last five or 20 years it hasn’t happened at the national level you see policy driven at the state level" Simmons said "If you’re talking about populist discontent this is where it was bubbling"Reporting by Rhonda Colvin The Washington Post ‘ and about half the people raise their hand, Contact us at [email protected] On Monday, I hope so for Buddhist people, Cannon has a history of drug charges in North Dakota. or step down from her post. but the software has already reshaped how 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