Captivating and fast-paced, Eleanor vs. Ike pits the unforgettable Eleanor against the enormously popular war hero Gen. Dwight David ("Ike") Eisenhower. But while the opponents promise "an honest campaign," their strategists mire the race in scandal and bitter innuendo. Suddenly Eleanor finds herself a target of powerful insiders who mean to destroy her good name—and Ku Klux Klan assassins dedicated to her death—as she gets caught up in a mad whirl of appearances and political maneuvering . . . and a chance encounter with a precocious five-year-old named Hillary Rodham.
After Georges surprising yet intriguing announcement, he summons help from respected campaign manager, Larry Stanton. While a growing number of supporters rally around him, another presidential candidate meets tragedy head-on. As George uses the press and social media to motivate the American public to actively participate in the political environment while eliminating the power of the dollars influence, his radically different approach to American politics touches a nerve. Now only time will tell if the citizens can transform the political process or whether the powerful leaders within the current structure will succeed in stopping them.
The Peoples President shares the tale of a political science professors quest to run for the highest office in the United States and, in the process, change the future of his great country.