In Wisconsin, a vote for Biden or Trump could come down to grocery prices

A new story in the Washington Post highlights how high prices are causing Americans to think twice about who they will vote for in the upcoming election. High grocery prices are the driving factor behind economic pain for residents in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, with grocery prices have risen 25 percent in four years while wages have failed to keep pace. “People here aren’t bazillionaires. They’re working middle class, and when the price of eggs or milk goes up, they have to make adjustments for everything else,” said one resident.

Wisconsinites aren’t alone as they struggle under the weight of Bidenomics. Americans across the country are struggling to get by as prices go up and wages don’t. Lawmakers can help reduce the financial burden on families by pursuing policies that unleash the free market and create competition to help drive down prices.

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