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Winning Elections by Ron Faucheux

Title Winning Elections
Author Ron Faucheux
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date 2003-01-01
Category Political Science
Total Pages 688
ISBN 9781590770269
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Articles provide advice for candidates, campaign managers, and party workers on running a political campaign, including strategies, research, finances, advertising, and related topics.

Title Winning Elections with Political Marketing
Author Philip J Davies
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2012-11-12
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 254
ISBN 9781136450433
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Find out the real impact political marketing has on the democratic process Winning Elections with Political Marketing is a unique look at the election process on both sides of the Atlantic, providing rare insight into how modern political communication and marketing strategies are used in the United States and the United Kingdom. The leading political researchers present a cross-section of their latest findings, augmented with easy-to-read tables, charts, and figures, and reinforced with extensive references and bibliographies. The book addresses the key issues that define the interplay between political marketing and the electorate in both countries, including advertising, research methods and cross-cultural research results, political choice behavior, imagery management, the integration of business and social science theory, and the impact of political marketing on democracy. While the national election cycles of the two countries may be fundamentally different, their election processes share one thing in common-a trend toward “permanent campaigning” through embedded marketing tactics that’s becoming standard practice in the United States and the United Kingdom. Winning Elections with Political Marketing examines the theoretical underpinnings of policy development, the characteristics of a successful political candidate, political marketing from the perspective of the voters, campaign finance regulations, and the effects of technological changes on political communication. Winning Elections with Political Marketing looks at: The Political Triangle determining market intelligence class, rhetoric, and candidate portrayal voter perceptions the role of President as party leader lobbying constituent communication voter behavior grass roots campaigns political consulting the Internet and e-newsletters the advantages of public funding and a study of the United States presidential primaries from 1976 to 2004 Winning Elections with Political Marketing is an essential resource for political practitioners, researchers, and scholars, candidates seeking political office, lobbyists, political action groups, public relations professionals, journalists, fundraisers, advertising specialists, and anyone with an interest in the political process.

How To Get Into Politics by Oliver Carlson

Title How to Get Into Politics
Author Oliver Carlson
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1960
Category Politics, Practical
Total Pages 208
ISBN UOM:39015003545319
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Merge Left by Ian Haney López

Title Merge Left
Author Ian Haney López
Publisher The New Press
Release Date 2019-10-01
Category Political Science
Total Pages 263
ISBN 9781620975657
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the acclaimed author of Dog Whistle Politics, an essential road map to neutralizing the role of racism as a divide-and-conquer political weapon and to building a broad multiracial progressive future "Ian Haney López has broken the code on the racial politics of the last fifty years."—Bill Moyers In 2014, Ian Haney López in Dog Whistle Politics named and explained the coded racial appeals exploited by right-wing politicians over the last half century—and thereby anticipated the 2016 presidential election. Now the country is heading into what will surely be one of the most consequential elections ever, with the Right gearing up to exploit racial fear-mongering to divide and distract, and the Left splintered over the next step forward. Some want to focus on racial justice head-on; others insist that a race-silent focus on class avoids alienating white voters. Can either approach—race-forward or colorblind—build the progressive supermajorities necessary to break political gridlock and fundamentally change the country’s direction? For the past two years, Haney López has been collaborating with a research team of union activists, racial justice leaders, communications specialists, and pollsters. Based on conversations, interviews, and surveys with thousands of people all over the country, the team found a way forward. By merging the fights for racial justice and for shared economic prosperity, they were able to build greater enthusiasm for both goals—and for the cross-racial solidarity needed to win elections. What does this mean? It means that neutralizing the Right’s political strategy of racial division is possible, today. And that’s the key to everything progressives want to achieve. A work of deep research, nuanced argument, and urgent insight, Merge Left: Fusing Race and Class, Winning Elections, and Saving America is an indispensable tool for the upcoming political season and in the larger fight to build racial justice and shared economic prosperity for all of us.

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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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.

Campaign Treatise by Prince C. Akubue

Title Campaign Treatise
Author Prince C. Akubue
Publisher Partridge Publishing
Release Date 2017-05-25
Category Political Science
Total Pages 166
ISBN 9781482889895
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This Treatise is useful for the experienced campaigner and novice alike. It probes beneath the surface and points to the real meaning behind the strategies and secrets of election victory. A written campaign plan, like the plan for building a house, defines the overall political landscape, the strategy and resources required to get to Election Day. As with construction plans, this Campaign Treatise should serve as a guide to be referred to when questions arise.

Winning Elections by Dick W. Simpson

Title Winning Elections
Author Dick W. Simpson
Publisher Prentice Hall
Release Date 1996
Category Political Science
Total Pages 225
ISBN UOM:39015037793885
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Explains the concept of participatory politics, compares it to traditional politics and tells how to institute participatory politics in your area. Includes sample campaign materials, planning documents and more.

Title Winning Elections with Political Marketing
Author Philip J Davies
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2012-11-12
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 254
ISBN 9781136450433
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Find out the real impact political marketing has on the democratic process Winning Elections with Political Marketing is a unique look at the election process on both sides of the Atlantic, providing rare insight into how modern political communication and marketing strategies are used in the United States and the United Kingdom. The leading political researchers present a cross-section of their latest findings, augmented with easy-to-read tables, charts, and figures, and reinforced with extensive references and bibliographies. The book addresses the key issues that define the interplay between political marketing and the electorate in both countries, including advertising, research methods and cross-cultural research results, political choice behavior, imagery management, the integration of business and social science theory, and the impact of political marketing on democracy. While the national election cycles of the two countries may be fundamentally different, their election processes share one thing in common-a trend toward “permanent campaigning” through embedded marketing tactics that’s becoming standard practice in the United States and the United Kingdom. Winning Elections with Political Marketing examines the theoretical underpinnings of policy development, the characteristics of a successful political candidate, political marketing from the perspective of the voters, campaign finance regulations, and the effects of technological changes on political communication. Winning Elections with Political Marketing looks at: The Political Triangle determining market intelligence class, rhetoric, and candidate portrayal voter perceptions the role of President as party leader lobbying constituent communication voter behavior grass roots campaigns political consulting the Internet and e-newsletters the advantages of public funding and a study of the United States presidential primaries from 1976 to 2004 Winning Elections with Political Marketing is an essential resource for political practitioners, researchers, and scholars, candidates seeking political office, lobbyists, political action groups, public relations professionals, journalists, fundraisers, advertising specialists, and anyone with an interest in the political process.

Title Winning Elections and Influencing Politicians for Library Funding
Author Patrick “PC” Sweeney
Publisher American Library Association
Release Date 2018-11-29
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9780838915561
Language English, Spanish, and French
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As the saying goes, all politics is local. And 90% of funding for public libraries comes from the will of local politicians and, in turn, from local voters. So it's urgent that librarians, library supporters, and anyone interested in running an election or campaign for a library understand the strategies, resources, and tactics necessary for positive political action. Whether election day is four months away or four years away, there are immediate steps library leaders and local library ballot committees should take to help secure a successful ballot initiative later. Written by two experienced library campaigners, this action-driven manual for anyone running a political campaign for libraries dives into proven successful campaigning techniques for rural, suburban, and urban settings;expert analysis on how political perceptions are formed, how political power works, and ways libraries can reach funding or political goals;starting the discussion internally;the right approach to setting up the committee structure, and identifying the core leadership team for the committee;tips on networking, cultivating good relationships with the power players in the community, and building a winning coalition;canvassing and direct voter contact;responding effectively to opposition, including voters who habitually resist taxes or library funding increases;the differences between paid media and earned media; andbest practices for marketing and message development, fundraising, volunteer engagement, and other key areas. Filled with easy to follow strategies, this book will guide ballot committees, librarians, trustees, and library advocates through the process of winning an election for funding their library. LIS students will also benefit from the early exposure to political literacy skills provided by this book.

Fourth To First by Freya Aquarone

Title Fourth to First
Author Freya Aquarone
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2017-09-08
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 191211965X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is a positive, optimistic description of a highly successful local election campaign in Norfolk, hopeful that such things are possible and can result in victory. Fourth to First is a first-hand account of the campaign that elected first-time candidate Steffan Aquarone to Norfolk County Council in a division where the party came fourth in the previous election. It tells the whole story from start to finish from the perspective of the candidate and his sister Freya, who managed the campaign. In doing so it showcases tried-and-tested Liberal Democrat campaign techniques in context as well as introducing several new, sometimes hare-brained ideas that helped achieve a majority of more than 400. Seasoned campaigners will enjoy scenes they've seen for decades told through new eyes, whilst first-time candidates can draw comfort from the fact that with the right plan, and the right team, it is possible to win an election on the first attempt. "If the last few years have taught us anything, it's that the party mantra 'where we work we win' is both patronising and untrue. How we work is what wins elections, and is the biggest question facing the party in a decade. Steff and Freya's authentic, personal account goes a long way towards tackling that question from the ground." Norman Lamb, MP for North Norfolk and Chair of the Parliamentary Science and Technology Committee

Title Winning Elections Strategies And Manipulations
Author Alfred Mbati
Publisher Independently Published
Release Date 2019-04-15
Category
Total Pages 28
ISBN 1094725692
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The game of knowing how to play the cards of Winning or Retaining Political Power / Elections is very intricate and complex. Only a few people have mastered the game. This booklet enlightens you on how an Election is Planned, Organized, Executed and Won. The booklet further details on ways that you can use to manipulate an election to your favor. The diversity and complexity of Politics / Elections usually determines who shall win or lose an election when it is properly mastered. As a contender in an election, your desire is to always have things panning out as you expect in spite of competing interests or entities.Politicians or Elections Entities are always faced with Political Cartels, Economic Cartels and Social Cartels who either directly / indirectly influence the outcome of the elections. This is crucial as it is the people who count the vote and not the people who vote that determine the winner of the election.When you cannot control what is happening around you, challenge yourself to control the way you respond to what is happening, as that is where your power is. And always remember that all State or Government Leaders are only front men who have been placed in those positions to distract you from the people who really run the country. You should therefore know what you are getting yourself into as once you start the race, there is no stopping or looking back.************************ READ MORE INSIDE *********************

Winning Elections by Amaechi Nzekwe

Title Winning Elections
Author Amaechi Nzekwe
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2000
Category Campaign management
Total Pages 61
ISBN STANFORD:36105112869339
Language English, Spanish, and French
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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 Winning Local and State Elections
Author Ann Beaudry
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2010-06-15
Category Political Science
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1451603274
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This straightforward and direct guide to running a political campaign provides insight for the first-time candidate based on the authors’ years of experience in the political sphere. The book features step-by-step instructions for an entire campaign: from the planning stages to the election. Perfect for community-based elections and grassroots campaigns.

Getting Elected by Thomas Renk

Title Getting Elected
Author Thomas Renk
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2006
Category Political Science
Total Pages 260
ISBN 0595396674
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Getting Elected will show you how to win a local election. A political campaign is complex and difficult to navigate if you don't know what you are doing. This book is based on 25 years of local campaign experience and will show you how to win in your first election.

The Politics Of Prison Expansion by Joseph Dillon Davey

Title The Politics of Prison Expansion
Author Joseph Dillon Davey
Publisher Greenwood Publishing Group
Release Date 1998
Category Political Science
Total Pages 154
ISBN 0275962091
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Prison building creates profits and gets "law and order" candidates elected, often with political contributions that came from those profits. But, Professor Davey argues, crime rates rise and fall approximately the same way in all fifty states regardless of whether they invest in expensive imprisonment programs. A cost-benefit analysis of recent investments in prisons concludes that the real winners are not the taxpayers.

Take Back America by Dick Morris

Title Take Back America
Author Dick Morris
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2022-01-04
Category Political Science
Total Pages 256
ISBN 1630062073
Language English, Spanish, and French
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CONSERVATIVES CAN - AND MUST - WIN THE 2022 MID-TERMS AND 2024 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION Don't let the battle over the 2020 election distract from what must be done NOW to win in the future. Dick Morris - America's most well-know and successful Political Advisor, Consultant and Commentator - has a game plan for Republicans to turn it around and beat the Democrats at their own game. In TAKE BACK AMERICA, the New York Times bestselling author says it is time to stop licking our wounds and start playing by the new rules to WIN: Knock on EVERY door and get Republicans to vote at home, EARLY. Stop the dead from voting. Elect honest, rule-abiding, strong, Republican Secretaries of State Rescue the First Amendment. Welcome Patriotic Latino Voters to the Party. Support parents and children - fight the teachers' unions - reverse the gender gap. Hang the coming failure of Biden Economics around the Liberal-Socialist-Democrats necks. Hold Biden and the Radical Left accountable for the coming crime wave and soaring increase in homicides due to encouraging illigal immigration and defunding the police. TAKE BACK AMERICA: Winning the 2022 and 2024 Elections is the winning handbook every Republican, Conservative, Libertarian, Independent and frustrated Democrat needs to read NOW to be ready to go to the polls and MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN. DON'T LOOK BACK AMERICA - TAKE BACK AMERICA!

A Citizen S Guide To Winning Elections by FaithAmerica Foundation

Title A Citizen s Guide to Winning Elections
Author FaithAmerica Foundation
Publisher Faithamerica Foundation
Release Date 1982-03
Category Campaign management
Total Pages 104
ISBN 0942770005
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Art Of Winning Elections by Republican National Committee (U.S.)

Title The Art of Winning Elections
Author Republican National Committee (U.S.)
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1968
Category Elections
Total Pages 325
ISBN UCAL:B3965298
Language English, Spanish, and French
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