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Author William J. Skinner empowers readers and voters to oppose corruption.

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Skinner has a renewed hope that the lay readers can and will use what knowledge this book unveils and provides — for them to support the fight of eradicating corruption

“Election fraud is alive and well in Florida. This book is a must-read for anyone who believes in election integrity and wants the tools to oppose corruption,” says Florida national committeeman Peter Feaman. Being a committeeman of the Republican Party himself, lawyer and author William J. Skinner has had enough of election fraud and corruption, so he takes the next step to inform his fellowmen, citizens, and voters of the reality behind each and every election.

By sharing the “SOUTH FLORIDA ELECTION LAW HANDBOOK,” Skinner has a renewed hope that the lay readers can and will use what knowledge this book unveils and provides — for them to support the fight of eradicating corruption. Chronicling some of the election practices used by Republicans in South Florida that sometimes lead to victories but more often lead to defeats, Skinner dissects what the factors are that lead to such outcomes, at the same time revealing the ‘do’s’ and ‘don’ts’ during election season.

Through Skinner’s book, readers can get an insider’s look at what goes on and what the facts are about South Florida Republican participation in elections. They may learn about practical and legal ways to get themselves of their candidate elected. They will also see what criminal charges are made when candidates and voters violate the law. Or better yet, they will learn what it takes to conduct elections in Southeast Florida and decide to participate. For after more than 50 years of taking part in Republican politics, Skinner has learned that no one on the sidelines wins.

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About the Author
William J. Skinner retired to Florida in 2003 and began working in the Republican Party in Palm Beach County as a committeeman and was chairman of the County GOP Voter Fraud Committee. He had practiced law and politics in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Indiana for the previous 38 years. He worked as a Florida election official at the polls from 2004 through 2012. He served his law and pharmacy professions as an active member of several associations. Skinner received legal writing awards from the Indiana Law Review (McKinney School of Law), the American Society for Pharmacy Law, and a John Peter Zenger Free Press Award from a dietary supplement industry group. He received two Distinguished Service Awards during the four years he chaired the former Health and Welfare Committee of the Federal Bar Association. He chaired the northeastern US region for the American Bar Association’s Drug Abuse Education Committee during the Nixon Administration. He was an officer of the Central Republican Club in Palm Beach County (three years). Skinner is a certified Florida Master Gardener and is the recipient of an Award of Excellence for Service to 4-H and other Youth in Palm Beach County, Florida.

Publication Date: April 16, 2014
Trade Paperback; $23.99; 418 pages; 9781493199822
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