“This book will kick ass.”
“Morrissey does what Beltway Republicans need to do to regain trust and votes in key electoral battlegrounds across America: He puts his ear to the rail and his boots on the ground. Based on extensive interviews with swing-state activists, elected officials, insiders, and outsiders, Going Red provides a road map for GOP engagement and an enlightening election-year read for citizens of any political affiliation.”
—Michelle Malkin, author of Culture of Corruption and Who Built That
“Going Red is an absolute game changer. Sharp, succinct, and squarely in the fight—it is the definitive roadmap to success in 2016. Ed Morrissey has done an absolutely brilliant job.”
— Brad Thor, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Code of Conduct
"Going Red is both well reported and cogently argued. And in it Ed Morrissey does a service to the country—because he lays out a convincing path to Republican victory in 2016."
—William Kristol, editor, The Weekly Standard
"Ed Morrissey is one of conservatism's most important voices, and his book Going Red is a must read for all those interested in taking the White House back from Democrats. Instead of churning out tired ideological checklists for the next GOP president to follow, Morrissey actually provides a strategic roadmap to insure that conservatives can get back to the White House. Going Red is an important read for conservatives and anyone else following the twists and turns of this year's tumultuous campaign."
-Joe Scarborough, co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe
“More than 300 million people live in over 3,000 thousand counties in the United States -- but Going Red makes the convincing case that it's just 2 million of those Americans in only 7 battleground counties that ultimately will decide who our next president will be. This is a solidly reported book, a road map with lessons that Republicans need to understand if they hope to win back the White House. But this isn’t a book only for political junkies. If you care about this election, you need to read Going Red.”
—Bernard Goldberg, bestselling author of Bias and A Slobbering Love Affair