Book on running for political office

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Have you ever thought about running for public office or
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know someone who is? If so, you really should check out the
book titled "How to Run for Local Office." If you're not
thinking about running for office and know someone who is,
the book described in this e-mail would make a great gift.

There are dozens of people in communities all across America
who run for local office every year. They run for local
School Board, City Council, City Clerk, Mayor, Township
Trustee and Library Board just to name a few.  Yet, when
they go to their local library or bookstore, they usually
cannot find any material on the subject.  If you don't
believe me, just check your own library or stop by your
local bookstore and ask for any book on running for local
public office.  I'll bet you won't find any.

"How to Run for Local Office" is an easy-to-read, 128-page
paperback manual that takes you step-by-step through the
entire election process.  It was written by Robert J.
Thomas. He has been the Mayor of Westland, Michigan, since
1990. You can check out more information about the book
including reviews at Amazon.com, or by going to the
publisher's web site at www.winelect.com. If you check the
reviews at Amazon, make sure to check the one from Wayne A.
Smith. He is currently teaching a course in elective
politics at the University of Pennsylvania's Fels Center of
Government. "How to Run for Local Office" is one of the
required reading books for the course and the book is also
used by other teachers in the field at colleges and
universities around the country. "How to Run for Local
Office" is also recommended reading by "Campaigns &
Elections" online magazine, which is one of the most
respected sources of information for anyone in politics
today. You can also special order the book at most major
bookstores. The cover price is $19.95 plus $2.00 for
shipping and handling per book. Following is a list of
chapters from the book.

"How to Run for Local Office"
ISBN#0-9668304-0-7
Publication Date, April 1999. First Edition

Chapters

One     Getting Started
Two     Things You Need To Consider
Three       Get Organized
Four        Your Database
Five        Walking Door To Door
Six           Campaign Literature
Seven       Campaign Signs
Eight       Raising Campaign Money
Nine        Endorsements
Ten           Appearances at Events
Eleven        Cable Television and Commercials
Twelve        Primary Election Day
Thirteen    Phone Banks and Surveys
Fourteen    On To the General Election
Fifteen       General Election Day

Thank you for taking the time to read this e-mail.

R & T Enterprise, Inc.
7474 N. HIx Rd
Westland, MI  48185
e-mail - mayorwest a aol.com
fax# - 1-734-454-0557
Robert J. Thomas
Mayor
Westland, MI


















Have you ever thought about running for public office or
know someone who is? If so, you really should check out the
book titled "How to Run for Local Office." If you're not
thinking about running for office and know someone who is,
the book described in this e-mail would make a great gift.

There are dozens of people in communities all across America
who run for local office every year. They run for local



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