By Jim Heffernan
Don’t go thinking it’s over, because it’s not over. The competition; the fight for the public’s favor. It’s not over. Not by a long shot.
You can sense it right here in Duluth, Minnesota, (there’s a Duluth, Ga., don’t forget) and you don’t have to look far. Sure, it’s been a long campaign – longer than you might think – and you’d hope that one of these days it would come to an end, but it doesn’t look like it ever will.
Look around the country. It’s everywhere. It’s a never-ending campaign. Every time one side makes a move, the other responds. The country’s divided right down the middle.
I don’t know who will win out, or if anyone will. So get used to it.
A Walgreens opens, a CVS pharmacy moves in across the street or down the block. We’re a divided nation.