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William S. Bike
6160 W. 60th St.
Chicago, IL 60638
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William S. Bike is Senior Vice President of ANB Communications, a communications consulting and political consulting firm based in Chicago. Bike has worked in journalism, public relations, and politics since 1979 and is the former Communications Chair of Democratic Leadership for the 21st Century Chicago, a Democratic activist group.
Bike has won the highest award in Chicago journalism, the Peter Lisagor Award, four times, as well as numerous other journalism awards. He also is the author of the books Streets of the Near West Side (ACTA Publications, 1996, and 1stBooks Library, 2001) and Winning Political Campaigns (Denali Press, 1998 and 2001, and Smashwords E-Books, 2012) a how-to book about political campaigning; and the editor of Essays on Earl Renfroe--A Man of Firsts (UIC College of Dentistry Press, 2001).
A political pundit, Bike has made numerous radio, television, and print appearances concerning politics and government in numerous venues including CNN, Fox News, and the Chicago-Sun Times.
(5 comments) SHARE Wednesday, March 20, 2013 Sequestration Abomination
If Congress and President Obama had known their history, they would have foreseen that sequestration was the 21st Century version of the "Tariff of Abominations."
(3 comments) SHARE Wednesday, March 13, 2013 Rove Effort to Destroy Tea Party May be Doomed
The history of the Republican Party shows that the effort of Karl Rove and his Conservative Victory Project and Crossroads political groups to neutralize the Tea Party wing of the GOP likely is doomed.