Winning Political Campaigns (Third Edition)
A how-to e-book on all aspects of campaigning, the book uses many examples of candidates’ successes and failures in running for office.
Covering everything from advertising to building alliances, proper business practices, campaign literature, candidate behavior, media, voter contact, fundraising, strategy, and more, Winning Political Campaigns is not only comprehensive, but entertaining as well. The third edition features new sections on social media, digital advertising, and other new aspects of political campaigning.
“I stood in front of the crowd saying some of the things I learned in your book, and the crowd just lit up. I couldn’t believe it.”
—Scott Halmrast, former member, North Dakota state Democratic platform committee
“…the definitive ‘how-to’ handbook for planning, organizing, and implementing a successful campaign for elective office.”
—Midwest Book Review
This acclaimed how-to book is now available as an e-book. Priced at just $9.99, it can be purchased at numerous e-book retailers:
Winning Political Campaigns (First and Second Editions)
Print editions of the classic award-winning how-to book on all aspects of campaigning.
You will find yourself underlining sentences and marking passages throughout. “From a practical, political operations standpoint, it is the best book out, yet,” said reviewer Hank Landa of PoliticalBookReviews.com.
Essays on Earl Renfroe–A Man of Firsts
A biography of a man whom African-American history expert Dr. Claude Driskell wrote “belongs in the same category” with Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, and W.E.B. Du Bois.
Essays on Earl Renfroe tells the story of Dr. Earl W. Renfroe, a University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry professor who was considered the top clinical orthodontist in the world for many years. He also was the first African-American in Illinois licensed as a commercial airline pilot and a Brigadier General in the Illinois National Guard.
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Streets of the Near West Side
Learn about the historic streets of one of Chicago’s most fascinating neighborhoods.
Streets of the Near West Side tells the stories of whom and what 57 of the area’s thoroughfares were named. The book also features news of events that happened in the area, from long-ago tales of the Chicago Cubs playing on Polk Street, to news pertinent to today’s headlines. Learn which street is named for a U.S. President who liked to swim in the nude and which is named for a bicycle racer who created Chicago’s expressway system.