96.9 FM Talk Takes Over the NHIOP and the Airwaves

June 6, 2007

Down at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, as the debate ended 96.9 FM Talk took over the NHIOP and the airwaves as Jay Severin and Michael Graham began their post-debate analysis. About 200 people packed the NHIOP Auditorium to participate live and hear from Severin and Graham which Republicans stood out and which needed to just sit down.

The President of Saint Anselm College, Father Jonathan DeFelice, O.S.B., joined Severin and Graham live to give his thoughts and reactions to the debates and the experience of the primary here at Saint Anselm. Executive Director of the NHIOP and Professor of Politics Dr. Paul Manuel and Senior Advisor for Political Affairs Jennifer Donahue also shared their thoughts and experience of the last few politically charged days.

Here at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics we were thrilled to host 96.9 FM Talk’s Jay Severin and Michael Graham as they roused the audience and the region and let us know what the debates meant for the candidates and the country.

We’ve Got the Issues with 96.9 FM Talk

June 5, 2007

Although the main action was up on the hilltop Sunday night, where the eight Democratic candidates squared off in their first debate in the first-in-the-nation primary state, the action continued at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics where 96.9 FM Talk radio personalities Jay Severin, Jim Braude, and Margery Eagan broadcast spirited post-debate analysis in front of a live audience in the NHIOP Auditorium.

Callers from the region and New Hampshire natives in the audience peppered the trio with questions and issues were discussed and debated ranging from supporting the troops in Iraq to the future of the New Hampshire Primary. Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico joined the fray by phone and former Alaska Senator Mike Gravel participated live in the NHIOP Auditorium.

The 96.9 FM Talk insight and analysis continues tonight with Jay Severin and Michael Graham as the Republican candidates take the stage. The broadcast will again be open to the public with a debate watch starting at 7 and at 9, 96.9 FM Talk will begin their live broadcast. Join us down at the NHIOP to hear what the issues are and what they means for the 2008 Presidential election.