Parents' COVID Frustrations Are A Political Issue For Democrats : The NPR Politics Podcast White suburban mothers were a key, persuadable voting block in 2020 who helped to secure Biden the presidency. Now, their softening support for COVID safety measures in schools could be a boon for Republicans in November.

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Parents' COVID Frustrations Are A Political Issue For Democrats

Parents' COVID Frustrations Are A Political Issue For Democrats

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White suburban mothers were a key, persuadable voting block in 2020 who helped to secure Biden the presidency. Now, their softening support for COVID safety measures in schools could be a boon for Republicans in November.

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