traveling more than two million miles throughout the United
States, Canada, Mexico and twenty one countries of Europe
Bob Winford decided to go home to his native Michigan
for a change of pace.
travels took him to hundreds of churches and schools.
His message was about the importance of getting involved
as volunteers in life changing events: projects that would
contribute to strengthening families and rebuilding moral
his return to Michigan he worked with a young candidate
running for a seat in Michigan's House of Representatives.
The candidate won.
Bob saw the opportunity to get candidates with his same
basic beliefs elected his career as a political strategist
was launched. Campaigning was his way to change
the face of government to look more like us.
is in demand as a radio talk show guest, lecturer, convention,
campaign workshop, and seminar speaker. He has written
thousands of campaign brochures and tabloids and produces
winning radio and television commercials and documentaries
for candidates running for township trustee, city council,
county commission, mayor, state representative, state
senate, United States Congress and President.
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of Science, Evangel College
of Arts, Eastern Michigan University
Doctor of Philosophy, Oxford Graduate School
Bob was guest speaker aboard the S. S. France, lectured
as a member of the International Platform Association
for North Dakota State University on "Booze, Dope
and Weeds" a teen program dealing on the problems
of drug addiction. Bob conducted another tour, "The
High Roads of Europe" which dealt with politics and
human relations in Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland,
Austria and Liechtenstein. During his travels Bob
Winford appeared before audiences totaling more than one