Mariana's father is running for the highest office in the land. Mari knows he’ll make a good president, but for her, the campaign is turning into a nightmare. From a disastrous live TV tour of their home to doctored photos that go viral, she is right in the middle of it all—and not in a good way. Worse, until now, she was unaware of her father’s political positions. But as the campaign heats up, Mari finds it harder to ignore not just the news but the growing student activism at her school, activism that seems pointedly against her father. She has always known him to be a good, generous man, but maybe he isn’t who she thought he was. And confronting him … well, that’s not an option. Or is it? This inspiring, authentic, and gorgeously written novel about waking up and speaking up will stay with you long after the last page is turned.