The Beginners Guide to Winning an Election by Michael French
Politics , Uncategorized / February 27, 2019

Title: The Beginners Guide to Winning an Election Author: Michael French Publisher: Moot Point Production Release Date: November 25, 2018 Pages: 272 Paperback: 272 pages Publisher:2018907650 (November 25, 2018) Language:English ISBN-10:1732511705 ISBN-13:978-1732511705 Amazon Link:   https://www.amazon.com/Beginners-Guide-Winning-Election/dp/1732511705/?tag=wowwomenonwri-20   The Beginner’s Guide to Winning an Election The year is 2025.   The United States is afflicted with global cyber attacks, economic crashes, foreign wars, and lots of anxiety.  State budgets for public schools are hit hard .   In a student body president race in a small city Indiana high school, popular, charismatic Matthew has his own consultants, bloggers, oppo researchers, and funds from an unidentified source that have helped him win every election since ninth grade. Over-achieving, introverted Britain is a novice to elections, but as a history wonk, politics fascinate her.  She also has a crush on Matthew.  After she joins his SBP team, someone hacks Matthew’s website, leaking stories  that the candidate is far from the Eagle Scout he pretends to be.   Matthew and his team of 15 call the stories “spineless lies.” Britain is stunned when she’s scapegoated by Matthew as the mystery hacker.  Kids dump on her for betraying the school leader.  Her reputation in shreds, she decides to enter the presidential race to clear her name.  No one gives the…