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The Oklahoman's Justin Wingerter takes a look at how Trump's border policy is impacting local races for Congress.
EDMOND — As she stood in the driveway of her home Tuesday, a woman named Julie had a question for Democratic congressional candidate Tom Guild: What are your views on family separation?
It was a question that would have baffled any candidate a year — or even a month — ago, but not on this day. Guild called the Trump administration's policy “a disaster” and “unconscionable.”
As they seek re-election, incumbent Republicans across the country planned to spend the summer and autumn discussing the nation's low unemployment rate and healthy stock market. Democrats in Oklahoma had planned to focus on improving access to education and health care.
That was before the federal government began placing separating families.