How Obama Could Take Rural Voters

The prevailing wisdom in political circles is that you can't win the presidency without winning over rural voters in southern states. Madeleine Brand talks with Democratic strategist David "Mudcat" Saunders about how Democratic candidate Barack Obama might do this, despite the odds against him.

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