Winning the White House in 2008
A Mandate for Concerned Citizens
About the Book
It's time the citizens of the United States take back America, and we all need to do our part.
Winning the White House in 2008 is your essential guide to grassroots democracy. Political activist Vernon Lucas Albright provides strategies to win the White House in 2008 by exploring different ways to generate committed public service. Albright discusses grassroots campaign approaches designed for eighteen battleground states and includes the Ten Basic Tenets needed to win elections. He also examines voter behavior, the grassroots potential of bipartisanship, political interest groups, and historical political strategies.
With the wide availability of technology such as the Internet, cell phones, and personal computers, the average American citizen has the opportunity to be part of regional and nationwide movements. You can prevent the further decay of yeoman democracy; keep "town meeting America" from slipping further into history, and put America back in the hands of the people.
About the Author
Vernon Lucas Albright holds a master's degree from the University of Maryland in government and politics, and a doctor's degree in Adult Education from Argosy University in Sarasota, Florida (formerly the University of Sarasota.) In 2005, he was instrumental in putting together a PBS special through Bowling Green State University on conducting a town meeting representing the heartland of Middle America that presented a dialogue including the war in Iraq and the economy at home, conducted by Senator Max Cleland, former Secretary of Veterans Affairs. Albright and his wife live in Chicago where he owns Albright Financial Services.
Mary Helen Albright holds a master's degree in Health and Human Services Administration from Rider University, Lawrenceville, N.J. A professional editor, she holds a bachelor's degree in International Affairs from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.