Miranda’s Rebellion

The Washington Post’s McCrummen profiles Miranda Murphey, who voted Republican until Trump’s 2016 campaign. Murphey, who lives in the suburbs of Augusta, Georgia, hoped other members of her community would not vote for Trump, but they did. “How?” Murphey said. “How do we worship the same God?” McCrummen writes, “She is 39, a high school English teacher with a PhD and part of a voting demographic whose rebellion could upend the political map of the country: not just suburban women, not just white suburban women, but white suburban women in the South, whose loyalty Trump will need to remain in power.”

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