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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Convention CHAOS: Yob Releases Political Book Spotlighting Possible Drama In Cleveland

http://www.amazon.com/Chaos-Outsiders-Contested-Republican-Convention/dp/0692630163/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1456167960&sr=8-1&keywords=convention+chaos


By Brandon Hall
(Email him at WestMiPolitics@Gmail.com)
Michigan based political consultant John Yob has announced he will release a book on February 22nd.

The book is called "CHAOS: An Outsider's Guide to a Contested Republican National Convention In 2016"

The book, as the title indicates, provides insight in to what the convention process entails, and is billed as a "guide to a contested convention that will get you up to speed on the people who matter, the rules that have been changed, the real impact of delegate binding, and the free agent delegations who hold power on the convention floor."

The book also spotlights Yob's history of successful convention battles...

Yob, recently in the news after the famous cheap shot from Rubio adviser Rich Beeson at Horn's Bar on Mackinac Island that was first reported by WMP, has been involved at the top levels of campaigns for decades.

From his first big races in the 90's, to working for politicians like Snyder, Santorum, McCain, and more, many are looking forward to giving Yob's book a read.

A preview of the book posted on a promotional Facebook page says:

"The Republican National Convention in 2016 will likely be the first contested convention since 1976 and the first convention since 1948 to be decided after multiple ballots.

The conservative anti-establishment groundswell that began in the primary season of 2010, and continues today with the dominance of the outsider spectrum will culminate in a chaotic convention that will decide the Presidential and Vice Presidential nominees of the Republican Party.

This book is the outsiders guide to a contested convention that will get you up to speed on the people who matter, the rules that have been changed, the real impact of delegate binding, and the free agent delegations who hold power on the convention floor.

You will also learn the eight steps you can take to impact the convention process and help your favorite candidate win the nomination."

Yob has a nearly flawless record of winning state conventions in Michigan. His major victories include John Smietanka for Attorney General in 1998, Terri Lynn Land for Secretary of State in 2002, Bill Schuette for Attorney General in 2010, and Lt. Governor Brian Calley in 2014. Yob also managed former ambassador Ron Weiser’s successful 2014 campaign for University of Michigan regent nominee, and in 2013, ran RNC Committeeman Dave Agema’s shocking landslide victory over incumbent Saul Anuzis.

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Brandon Hall is a lifelong political nerd from Grand Haven, and is the Managing Editor of West Michigan Politics.

>>>Email him at WestMiPolitics@Gmail.com

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1 comment:

  1. I don't get it. Why is a contested convention assumed? If Jeb! had Trump's numbers to date, this election would be declared over.

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