Ethics and Etiquette on the Campaign Trail

May 2011
Campaigns & Elections (2010);May2011, Vol. 32 Issue 303, p51
The article presents questions and answers related to ethics and etiquette on campaigning including should a first run for office be for a local seat or Congress, the table seating arrangement in a formal sit-down dinner, and ideas on identifying personnel, tasks and general approach to a field program.


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