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How To Win An Election by Quintus Tullius Cicero

Title How to Win an Election
Author Quintus Tullius Cicero
Publisher Princeton University Press
Release Date 2012-02-13
Category History
Total Pages 99
ISBN 9780691154084
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A guide that Marcus Cicero's brother wrote for him as he prepared to campaign for consul in ancient Rome includes a surprising amount of information that can be applied to today's political contests, and is now presenting again, in a bilingual Latin-English edition that offers a new translation.

How To Win An Election by Chris Wallace

Title How to Win an Election
Author Chris Wallace
Publisher NewSouth
Release Date 2020-09-01
Category Political Science
Total Pages 160
ISBN 9781742244792
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The 2019 Australian election produced a surprise result showing, not for the first time, that every election is there for the winning — including the next one. Labor's surprise loss in 2019, like the Liberal and National parties' defeat in the so-called 'unloseable' 1993 election, showed how careful attention to basic political craft can yield big dividends – and how inattention to it can turn apparently certain favourites into losers. With the vast challenges of climate change and social and economic equity in the post-pandemic world ahead of us, Australia cannot afford any more costly election accidents. How To Win An Electionspells out the ten things a political leader and their party must excel at to maximise the chance of success, and against which they should be accountable between and during elections. Better performance in even a few of the areas canvassed in this book can change an election outcome, so full attention should be paid to each of them, all the time, every time, without fail, Wallace argues — in real time when it counts. How To Win An Election is a crucial insurance policy against overconfident leaders imposing learner errors on their supporters over and over again, and for getting the best results from Australia's democratic system. 'Journalist and biographer Chris Wallace's How to Win an Election can be read two ways. Firstly, as an autopsy of Labor's shock 2019 defeat, and secondly as a witty yet Machiavellian explainer of how to win at contemporary politics. While the book's tone is often playful and tongue-in-cheek, its aim is deadly serious...How to Win an Election is essential reading for politicians and their staffers; it will also greatly appeal to voters of all ages and persuasions.' — Chris Saliba, Books+Publishing 'Elections in Australia are often decided by remarkably tight margins – a few thousand votes shift in some key seats and you get a different outcome. The campaigns parties run are complex and yet need to coalesce around strong, simple core messages. From the inside they are high-wire acts, often winner-take-all-bets. Chris Wallace brings original thinking and clarity to understanding the dynamics of elections and offers practical suggestions on how to win — including some that could probably only have come from an astute outsider.' — Geoff Walsh, ALP National Secretary (2000–2003), former adviser to Prime Ministers Bob Hawke and Paul Keating and Premiers Steve Bracks and John Brumby, veteran of nine Australian election campaigns and journalist 'Scott Morrison believes in miracles, but this book suggests 10 commonsense rules could do the job for Labor.' — Laurie Oakes

Title How To Win Your 1st Election
Author Susan Guber
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2020-07-24
Category Political Science
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781000153958
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

When this book was first published in 1987, many first-time candidates unabashedly referred to it as "the Bible." Now in a new, updated edition, How to Win Your 1st Election is a step-by-step guide to the entire campaign process, from raising funds right through handling election-day jitters. Want to know where to put up signs? What to say at a candidates' forum? How to dress to make the best possible impression? Let Susan Guber, who beat out seven other candidates in her first election, show you the way. How to Win Your 1st Election is an ideal book for aspiring candidates, campaign managers, public relations consultants and students of political science and U.S. government. Written in a clear, easy-to-read style, it devotes entire chapters to topics such as hiring staff, managing the media, creating a public image, writing and delivering speeches, and campaign ethics. What's more, it's one of the few books out there that offers a full, comprehensive look at our country's unique electoral system-as seen through the eyes of an experienced insider. Susan Guber put this information to work for herself in three successful campaigns. Won't you try the same?

Title How To Win A Local Election Revised
Author M. Andrew Grey
Publisher M. Evans
Release Date 1999-02-23
Category Political Science
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781461663058
Language English, Spanish, and French
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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.

Title 101 Ways to Win an Election
Author Mark Pack
Publisher Biteback Publishing
Release Date 2016-01-09
Category Political Science
Total Pages 300
ISBN 9781785901690
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

In politics, there are no prizes for second place. Packed with advice and practical examples, this new, fully updated edition of the classic political guide reveals the insider secrets and skills you need to make sure you're a winner on election day. In 101 bite-sized chapters, seasoned campaign professionals Mark Pack and Edward Maxfi eld share successful tactics from around the globe to help steer you on the course to power. Learn how to pass the three-seconds test; don't wear a helmet when crushing cars with a tank; and never, ever, forget the law of the left nostril. Heed these lessons and win that election.

How To Win An Indian Election by Shivam Shankar Singh

Title How to Win an Indian Election
Author Shivam Shankar Singh
Publisher Ebury Press
Release Date 2019
Category India
Total Pages 240
ISBN 0143446843
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What role do political consultants play in election campaigns? How are political parties using technological tools such as data analytics, surveys and alternative media to construct effective, micro-targeted campaigns? How does the use of money impact election results? What aids in the en masse dissemination of divisive propaganda and fake news? What does it take to win an election in India today? What is the future of politics in the country? Written by a former election campaign consultant for a major political party, How to Win an Indian Election takes readers into the forbidden world of election war-rooms and gives them a glimpse of how strategy is formulated, what works with voters on the ground and what doesn't. Based on research, interviews and the author's own experiences, this book is invaluable for its insight into the inner workings of politics, political parties and what really makes for a winning election campaign.

Title The Election Game and How to Win It
Author Joseph Napolitan
Publisher Echo Point Books & Media
Release Date 2019-02-15
Category Political Science
Total Pages 314
ISBN 1635617812
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Drawing on his years working for John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Hubert Humphrey and others, political manager Joe Napolitan takes a fascinating look back at mass media in the 1960s and 70s in this informal memoir. He concludes that candidates' success in elections has less to do with issues and more about how they present themselves on television.

Title How to Win a Local Election
Author Lawrence Grey
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1994
Category Campaign management
Total Pages 255
ISBN 0871317729
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

There are approximately 537,000 elective offices. Local elections are held every year. Following a chronology similar to a typical campaign, this book lays out a detailed framework from the moment the candidate decides to run for elected office. Nothing is certain in politics, but this book will ensure an efficient and effective campaign.

How To Win An Election by Paul Richards

Title How to Win an Election
Author Paul Richards
Publisher Politicos Pub
Release Date 2001
Category Political Science
Total Pages 186
ISBN UOM:39015050772675
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

From choosing the new parish council to the race for the White House, all elections have elements in common a__ planning and organisation, formulating the message and communicating it to the electorate and dealing with the opposition. Paul Richards distils years of campaigning experience to offer a lively view of the art of electioneering for all would-be campaigners and candidates. Paul Richards is a professional political campaigner, Chair of the Fabian Society and author of Be Your Own Spin Doctor.

Winning Elections by Ronald A. Faucheux

Title Winning Elections
Author Ronald A. Faucheux
Publisher M. Evans
Release Date 2003-10-15
Category Political Science
Total Pages 674
ISBN 9781590771969
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This is an advanced guide to running political campaigns. It provides invaluable, practical advice from the leading pros in the industry.

Title How to Win a High School Election
Author Jeff Marx
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1999-06
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 165
ISBN 0966782402
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Advice for running in a school election, with tips on such aspects as conducting a campaign, making promises, and delivering a speech.

Socially Elected by Craig Agranoff

Title Socially Elected
Author Craig Agranoff
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2011-10
Category Advertising, Political
Total Pages 168
ISBN 0578092166
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The use of social media and political purposes isn't entirely new. Many argue that Thomas Paine's political tract, Common Sense, was an early example of social media in action, galvanizing people in town halls and taverns. Today, blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms are being used to organize movements and amass volunteers for various campaigns at local and national levels. Facebook alone has more than 700 million active users worldwide, and surpasses even Google in page views. At the heart of the social revolution in politics today is the scale and accessibility of the technology that under-girds it. Different from the past, political campaigns, both local and national, can now propel candidates into office by banking on social media's vast infrastructure. So what part does social media play in your campaign? Do you know what's needed to win in today's election scene? Are you willing to adapt? In this book you will learn: How to use social media step-by-step to launch winning campaigns * Why social media matters * Must have social media platforms for electoral success, and * How not to ruin your campaign - The rules to winning elections have officially changed. As a candidate or campaign organizer you can either choose to embrace the new rules surrounding the ballot box or simply plan defeat. Social media is now the game changer. It's this easy to understand, your campaign can either stay ahead of the curve utilizing social tools or fall way behind it, the choice is yours.

Title The Politics Guy Campaign Tips How to Win a Local Election
Author Vic Berardelli
Publisher PublishAmerica
Release Date 2010-11-24
Category Political Science
Total Pages 126
ISBN 9781456058937
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The best candidate doesn't always win an election, but the best campaign does. Winning an election at the local level doesn't involve ideology or issues. It is won by the personality and hard work of the candidate meeting people directly and chatting with them in ways which don't convey the traditional politician. The Politics Guy Campaign Tips - How to Win a Local Election is must reading for any candidate or campaign manager for local offices like State Legislature, City Council, School Board or County Commission. This book does not discuss views or political philosophy. This book discusses the daily street-level effort to win a local election. The techniques can be used by Republicans, Democrats or independents.

Predicting The Next President by Allan J. Lichtman

Title Predicting the Next President
Author Allan J. Lichtman
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date 2020-08-07
Category Political Science
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781538148662
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

In the updated 2020 edition of this classic text, Allan J. Lichtman applies his trademark 13 keys to predicting the outcome of presidential elections to every election since 1860 and shows readers the current state of the 2020 race, dispelling much of the mystery behind electoral politics. An indispensable resource for political junkies!

Title The Election Game and how to Win it
Author Joseph Napolitan
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1972
Category Campaign management
Total Pages 300
ISBN UOM:49015000363102
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title How to Win a Local Election
Author Lawrence Grey
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date 1999
Category Political Science
Total Pages 251
ISBN 9780871318787
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Discusses the details of planning and organizing a campaign, recruiting staff and volunteers, and making effective use of literature, mailing lists, newspapers, radio, and TV

How To Win An Election by Chay Florentino- Hofileña

Title How to Win an Election
Author Chay Florentino- Hofileña
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2006
Category Campaign management
Total Pages 124
ISBN UOM:39015066802425
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Campaign Manager by Catherine Shaw

Title The Campaign Manager
Author Catherine Shaw
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2018-03-13
Category Political Science
Total Pages 338
ISBN 9780429958823
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Everything you need to know about Vote by Mail! Successful campaign manager and three-term mayor of Ashland, Oregon, Catherine Shaw presents the must-have handbook for navigating local campaigns. This clear and concise handbook gives political novices and veterans alike a detailed, soup-to-nuts plan for organizing, funding, publicizing, and winning local political campaigns. Finding the right message and targeting the right voters are clearly explained through specific examples, anecdotes, and illustrations. Shaw also provides in-depth information on assembling campaign teams and volunteers, canvassing, how to conduct a precinct analysis, and how to campaign on a shoestring budget. The Campaign Manager is an encouraging, lucid presentation of how to win elections at the local level.The sixth edition has been fully revised to include new and expanded coverage of contemporary campaign management-from digital ads and new social media tools to data-driven voter targeting tactics and vote by mail strategies.

How To Win An Election by Miriam Grace A. Go

Title How to Win an Election
Author Miriam Grace A. Go
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2009
Category Campaign management
Total Pages 215
ISBN 9719429518
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What It Takes by Richard Ben Cramer

Title What It Takes
Author Richard Ben Cramer
Publisher Open Road Media
Release Date 2011-08-02
Category Political Science
Total Pages 1060
ISBN 9781453219645
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Before Game Change there was What It Takes, a ride along the 1988 campaign trail and “possibly the best [book] ever written about an American election” (NPR). Written by Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and New York Times–bestselling author Richard Ben Cramer, What It Takes is “a perfect-pitch rendering of the emotions, the intensity, the anguish, and the emptiness of what may have been the last normal two-party campaign in American history” (Time). An up-close, in-depth look at six candidates—George H. W. “Poppy” Bush, Bob Dole, Joe Biden, Michael Dukakis, Richard Gephardt, and Gary Hart—this account of the 1988 US presidential campaign explores a unique moment in history, with details on everything from Bush at the Astrodome to Hart’s Donna Rice scandal. Cramer also addresses the question we find ourselves pondering every four years: How do presumably ordinary people acquire that mixture of ambition, stamina, and pure shamelessness that allows them to throw their hat in the ring as a candidate for leadership of the free world? Exhaustively researched from thousands of hours of interviews, What It Takes creates powerful portraits of these Republican and Democratic contenders, and the consultants, donors, journalists, handlers, and hangers-on who surround them, as they meet, greet, and strategize their way through primary season chasing the nomination, resulting in “a hipped-up amalgam of Teddy White, Tom Wolfe, and Norman Mailer” (Los Angeles Times Book Review). With timeless insight that helps us understand the current state of the nation, this “ultimate insider’s book on presidential politics” explores what helps these people survive, what makes them prosper, what drives them, and ultimately, what drives our government—human beings, in all their flawed glory (San Francisco Chronicle).