Regan Burke: Political Memoir Reveals Personal Triumphs And Struggles

A renowned campaign strategist for Bill Clinton reveals her own personal triumphs and demons in a new memoir.

Regan Burke
Regan Burke signing copies of her new book, "In That Number: One Woman's March From the Streets of Protest to the Halls of Power (And Beyond)." Courtesy of Regan Burke
Regan Burke
Regan Burke signing copies of her new book, "In That Number: One Woman's March From the Streets of Protest to the Halls of Power (And Beyond)." Courtesy of Regan Burke

Regan Burke: Political Memoir Reveals Personal Triumphs And Struggles

A renowned campaign strategist for Bill Clinton reveals her own personal triumphs and demons in a new memoir.

Reset brings on political organizer Regan Burke to discuss her new memoir In That Number: One Woman’s March From the Streets of Protest to the Halls of Power (And Beyond), which details her personal triumphs — but also her struggles with alcohol and drugs. Burke previously served as a campaign strategist for Adlai Stevenson, Gary Hart and former President Bill Clinton.

GUEST: Regan Burke, author, campaign strategist and political organizer