Across America, blue voters are choosing to live in “creative-class” urban oases, as red voters remain in rural areas. Minnesota native Aaron Spading, conservative church-goer turned far-left Powderhorn Park resident, guides us as we explore one of those blue-dots-in-a-sea-of-red. Meetings with family and old neighbors illustrates just how deep the political gulf between communities can be.
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Postcards From The Great Divide is a series of short documentaries produced by leading American independent filmmakers that will be released in a digital partnership between PBS’ Election 2016 initiative and The Washington Post, with a subsequent PBS broadcast on the World Channel.