Running for Office Local dog-catcher, town alderman, president of the United States... how high do your political ambitions go? NPR's Neal Conan and guests discuss the whys and hows of running for office.
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Local dog-catcher, town alderman, president of the United States... how high do your political ambitions go? NPR's Neal Conan and guests discuss the whys and hows of running for office.

Guests:

Robyn Driscoll, Democrat, Montana House of Representatives, Billings

Ron Faucheux, author of Running for Office: The Strategies, Techniques, and Messages Modern Political Candidates Need to Win Elections

Grant Barrett, editor of Hatchet Jobs and Hardball: The Oxford Dictionary of American Political Slang