Table of contents for How to win a local election / Lawrence Grey.

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Foreword by Haley Barbour
Foreword by David Wilhelm
Part I
Planning and Organizing the Campaign
1. The Office You Want to Run For
2. Election Statistics
3. Local Election Laws¿Getting on the Ballot
4. Financial Reporting
5. District Geography and Demography
6. Talking to an Old Hand
7. Campaign Theme and Strategy
8. Party, Nonpartisan, and Independent Candidates
9. Computers¿Using Them in the Campaign
Part II
Campaigning¿The People
10. You Have to Have a Plan
11. Scheduling and a Calendar
12. The Campaign Manager
13. Getting a Volunteer Coordinator
14. The Candidate
15. Money and Fundraising
16. Winning It One Precinct at a Time
Part III
Campaign Procedures and Techniques
17. Literature¿The Campaign Brochure
18. Getting a Good Mailing List
19. Doing a Mailing
20. Radio and Television
21. Newspapers
22. Yard Signs and Billboards
23. Going Door to Door
24. Miscellaneous Things That Ought to Be Mentioned
Part IV
A. Sample Campaign Plan
B. Initial Planning Worksheet
C. Week-by-Week Campaign Planning Form
D. Nominating-Petition Worksheet
E. Sample Volunteer Card
F. Sample Scheduling Form
G. Directory of State Elections Officers
H. Glossary of Terms

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Local elections -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Campaign management -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Political campaigns -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.