Here at his new school, with his new friends, Jerry Flack is shedding his former dorky image and feeling better about himself -- almost normal, even. So when he first thinks about running for class president, it seems like a great idea. But before Jerry can even decide to run, he discovers that he already has an opponent: someone willing to do almost anything to convince the whole class that no one wants a dork for president. How can Jerry run for president if it means risking a return to the depths of dorkdom?
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