Revised and updated, this is the most practical, most detailed handbook ever published on the techniques and approaches you need to run a successful campaign for any local office.
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Though Republican National Committee Chairman Haley Barbour and former head of the Democratic National Committee David Wilhelm disagree about most issues, both supply forewords to this nuts-and-bolts, do-it-yourself guide to running for and winning one of the nation's more than 500,000 local offices. Grey, an appeals court judge in Ohio who has served for nearly two decades in various elective offices, has a .667 batting average (he won four of the six campaigns he waged). Opening with the decision to run, his manual spells out the details of planning and organizing a campaign, recruiting staff and volunteers, and making effective use of basic campaign procedures and techniques: literature, mailing lists, newspapers, radio and TV, yard signs, billboards, and doorbell ringing. Appendixes provide a glossary, a list of state election officers, and sample worksheets and forms that walk the would-be candidate through the process Grey recommends. Timely, practical advice for readers who feel they have something to contribute to their local schools, parks, water districts, municipalities, or counties. Mary Carroll
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Book Description M. Evans & Company, 1994. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110871317664
Book Description M. Evans & Company. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 0871317664 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.0460393