Netflix’s original hit The Politician is in a league of its own with complex characters, a unique plotline and plenty of surprising moments. If you can’t get enough of this new show, here are four books that will carry on the politician feels after you binge through season one.
Charlotte Walsh Likes to Win by Jo Piazza
Charlotte Walsh Likes to Win centers around Senate candidate Charlotte Walsh and her run for office. When Walsh moves her family to a small town and decides to run for Senate, she doesn’t realize the lengths her opponent will take to win. Throughout the process, she realizes how dirty and scandalous politics can be and will have to figure out just how badly she really wants the job. This is currently one of the most relevant reads as it showcases what it takes for a woman to be in the spotlight.
From the Corner of the Oval: A Memoir by Beck Dorey-Stein
The Devil Wears Prada meets The West Wing in this hilarious and touching memoir of Obama’s stenographer. Not only does the reader get an inside look at the White House but the book also recounts a coming-of-age tale that occurred during one of the most inspirational presidencies in history.
The Hopefuls by Jennifer Close
Young couple Beth and Matt make their way to DC with political big dreams in The Hopefuls. Beth soon realizes politics involve much more than she thought and her relationships are tested as jealousy and competition become key ingredients in their lives. Can the two survive the drama?
Election by Tom Perrotta
A dark spin on a high school election for student body president. A teacher who thinks he is doing the right thing by encouraging students to run stirs up trouble and secrets among classmates.
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