Seattle Man Publishes New Book about His Experiences Campaigning for President Obama

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This personal story frames the larger story of the election of the first African-American president

The Surrogate: How GOD and One Man Brought Down a Dynasty, a new book by Charles Cassey, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co, Inc.

Cassey created this work as a means of showing the American people that they can help to make history in this great land of ours. He details his personal journey on the road as a surrogate to Barack Obama in his quest for the presidency. He generously shares statistical details as proof that when people band together for a cause, in this case the election of a president, that great and mighty things can be accomplished. Cassey shows the power that the African-American community in the United States was able to wield, even though they make up only 15 percent of the population. This autobiography should inspire others to join together for the causes that are closest to their hearts. There is much that can be accomplished and it is up to us all to get involved.

Cassey is a native of Seattle, Washington, and a disabled Veteran whose interests include music, golf, God, and humanity. He is a graduate of Garfield High School, attended the Television/Film Program at Deanza College, and Counseling Programs at Yakima Valley C.C. and Tacoma C. C., obtaining a degree in Addiction Counseling.

As a man who cares about this country and all of the people in it, he joined the grassroots effort to elect the first African-American President of the United States. Cassey became know as "Charles of Seattle" due to his many attempts to rally the African-American voters on the Al Sharpton Radio Talk Show.

The Surrogate: How GOD and One Man Brought Down a Dynasty is a 276-page paperback with a retail price of $24.00. The ISBN is 978-1-4349-0519-2. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information or to request a review copy, please visit our virtual pressroom at or our online bookstore at


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