Katherine Harris, the former Florida secretary of state who played a pivotal role in the disputed 2000 presidential election and author of a new book on the subject, is scheduled for a second wave of media interviews to promote “Center of the Storm.”
But now you can get an exclusive interview with Harris conducted by WorldNetDaily Editor Joseph Farah free when you purchase “Center of the Storm” at the WorldNetDaily online store.
- Learn what Harris thinks about the Constitution and its limits on congressional authority.
- Find out how Al Gore “blew it” in his challenge of Harris’ certification of the Florida vote.
- Hear what Harris’ agenda is once she is elected to the House of Representatives.
Farah asks the questions other interviewers fail to ask – and it’s only available to those who purchase the book at ShopNetDaily at the lowest price available anywhere. WND also is the only place you can get autographed first-edition copies.
Today, Harris will make appearances on “The Tom Marr Show” in Baltimore, the “Mark Burnier Show” in Daytona Beach, Fla., “The Dom Giordano Show” in Philadelphia and “The Jason Lewis Show” in Minneapolis.
Tomorrow, she visits the syndicated “American Breakfast with Phil Paleologos,” “The Roland Via Show” in Daytona Beach, Fla., “Spires and Krantz” in Charlotte, N.C., and “The Stan Solomon Show” in Indianapolis.
Next week, she is scheduled to do shows in Buffalo, N.Y.; Portland, Ore.; Dallas, Texas; Sacramento, Calif.; and Detroit, Mich.
And that’s her media schedule before Election Day, while she’s campaigning for a seat in the House of Representatives. After Election Day, she will step up her media tour.
“Center of the Storm,” published by WND Books, climbed immediately to the top of the book charts following Harris’ appearances on CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, Fox and dozens of other television outlets two weeks ago. Harris wrote “Center of the Storm” to answer her critics and tell her friends about the principles she used to weather the stormiest moment of her life – her pivotal role in certifying Florida’s vote making George W. Bush president.