I'm sorry I'm just sending thi s out now but having worked on a local NYC Campaign that ended last Tuesday but that we still don't have results of, getting a cold and a few other things, it's been a busy week. The information on the Howard Dean Event that's being held today (March 28th):
Gov. Howard Dean Visits NYC to Discuss New Tell-All Book
On His 2004 Presidential Campaign
New York, New York – Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean will appear at a book signing and discussion celebrating a new book by his long-time senior campaign staffer, Kate O’Connor, on Wednesday, March 28th in New York City. The event will take place at 7pm at All Souls Church at 1157 Lexington Avenue at E. 80th Street in Manhattan. It is free and open to the public.
Ms. O’Connor, author of Do The Impossible: My Crash Course On Presidential Politics Inside The Howard Dean Campaign and Governor Dean will be on hand to discuss the dynamic campaign that inspired the book and changed U.S. presidential politics. “It’s a great chronicle of a remarkable campaign where we started literally from nothing in the second whitest state in the county and built a movement that’s still going on today,” Governor Dean said of the 471-page book, which will be available for purchase at the event.
The book is published by Shires Press of Vermont and was printed at Northshire Bookstore, a family-owned independent book publishing company that is the nation’s first local, independent merchant to print on its own Espresso Book Machine.
Governor Dean and Ms O'Connor will have copies for sale of the book at $25.00 each and each will sign your book.
This event is being organized by Democracy for New York City, the organization formed by Dean campaigners after his unsuccessful bid for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2004. Democracy for NYC is a local group of Democracy for America, the organization founded by Howard Dean and now boasts over one million members nationwide.
To speak with Governor Dean or Ms. O’Connor, please contact DFNYC President Josh Silverstein at 818-601-2500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.