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Being from Cleveland made this book more interesting because of the Ohio connection. Schultz presented both the challenges and rewards on the campaign trail from the spouse's... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Janet P
If you ever wondered what it is like for a family to campaign for public office, wonder no more. Schultz gives the reader a full perspective on life running for public office and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by E. Latshaw
I've been reading her articles for years, always appreciated her sense of humor and down to earth approach to life. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rixmom
Well written memoir of a Senate race in Ohio where I lived for 15 years. Connie Schultz is a treasure.Published 2 months ago by Janice Miller
Honest and enjoyable account of a Senatorial campaign. Would convince me to vote for either of them! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Glenn Stroup
Excellent, fascinating story of politics, feminism and a loving marriage. What you would expect from Connie Schultz.Published 4 months ago by MI Grandma
Read this straight through. It's so nice to read about a relationship based on respect -- a true partnership. Engagingly written, rich, emotional, and real.Published 4 months ago by AFM
Absolutely wonderful book. It works on so many levels. There is the main story, of course, which is a love story, of two middle aged divorced people (with children) who find each... Read morePublished 6 months ago by S. H. Jolly
I have been a fan of Sherrod Brown's for many years. Now, I am also a huge fan of Connie Schultz. I loved the way she took us through the entire process of his campaign. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kathy Currence