Cover of Governor Huckabee's New BookWinter 2011 Book Tour Schedule

A SIMPLE GOVERNMENT: TWELVE THINGS WE
REALLY NEED FROM WASHINGTON (AND A TRILLION
THAT WE DON’T!)

by Governor Mike Huckabee

To be published by Sentinel,
(An imprint of Penguin Group,  USA) on February 22nd:

Governor Huckabee’s Book Signing Tour includes stops in Des Moines, Dubuque, Iowa City, Davenport, Waterloo, and Cedar Rapids, Iowa; as well as Anderson, Columbia, Florence, Greenville, and Spartanburg, South Carolina.   These two states would be critical states for Huckabee if he wants to win the presidency in the 2012 elections.  He has not announced his intentions, and said he will probably not do so until this summer.

Other cities on the tour include: Destin, Florida; Rome and Alpharetta, Georgia; Topeka and Wichita, Kansas; Alexandria, Baton Rouge, and Shreveport, Louisiana; Biloxi, Mississippi; Asheville, Fayetteville, Greensboro, and Wilson, North Caroloina; Tulsa and Oklahoma City; Cleveland, Knoxville, Johnson City, and Kingsport, Tennessee; and in Texas: Cedar Hill, Greenville, Longview, Sherman, Tyler, and Wichita Falls.

If the book tour is intended to effect the potential presidential race, it is obvious Governor Huckabee has a Southern strategy.   Iowa may be in there to prepare for a caucus bid, the first state in the Republican race.

The complete schedule is below, also available in PDF format for printing or downloading (at the link).

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