Enter to win a copy of No Hope: Why I Left the GOP (and You Should Too) by #OffTheGrid guest Jimmy LaSalvia.
Former Republican strategist Jimmy LaSalvia, once the director of programs and policy for Log Cabin Republicans, reveals to Jesse Ventura why he left the GOP on #OffTheGrid. He calls the Republican party “braindead” and questions if they’ll ever be able to win a national election again.
In his new book, No Hope: Why I Left the GOP (and You Should Too), Jimmy LaSalvia explains why he believes the country should dump both the Democratic and Republican parties and reform the entire system.
ANSWER this trivia question to win a free copy of Jimmy’s book:
What kind of Republican do some people consider Jesse Ventura (who identifies as socially progressive and fiscally conservative)?
WATCH the interview to find out the answer:
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Good luck and #StayVigilant
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. LEGAL RESIDENTS OF THE FIFTY (50) CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES (D.C.), WHO ARE 18 OR THE AGE OF MAJORITY IN THEIR COUNTRY OR STATE OF RESIDENCE AT THE TIME OF ENTRY, WHICHEVER IS OLDER. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. Promotion ends November 18, 2015. Odds of winning depend on number of entries received. For Official Rules and complete details, visit our Off The Grid - Sweepstakes Official Rules. Winning entries will receive (1) copy of No Hope: Why I Left the GOP (and You Should Too) (ARV $17.99) - a total of 5 paperback copies will be given away for this sweepstakes.
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