August 29, 2007
Jennifer Donahue, NHIOP senior advisor, recently was featured in a Washington Post article and video. The video and an excerpt of the article is included below. The full article is available online (registration may be required).
Military Moms May Be a Force at the Polls
One of the foremost experts on politics in the Granite State thinks she has found the next critical constituency: military moms.
“She would typically be a Republican who is not against war and is not necessarily against this war — or at least may have supported it when it began,” Jennifer Donahue, senior adviser for political affairs at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College, said over sodas at the Red Arrow Diner last week.
The military mom — who has either a child or a husband who is serving — is disenchanted with the war. The question is: Will she shift allegiance to support a Democrat, or is she looking for an independent-minded Republican? Full Article >>
June 5, 2007
Jay Severin and Michael Graham fans began arriving around 5 p.m. to ensure a front-row seat for the debate watch party on the big screens. Applause, laughter, and cheers have filled the NHIOP Auditorium this evening, as community members are fully engaged. Nearly 200 people currently pack the Auditorium, which has been turned into a make-shift radio station. 96.9 FM WTKK’s Michael Graham sits in the back row, actively pounding the keys of his laptop, prepping for the radio call-in show that will begin in about an hour. Jay just arrived from Boston, after finishing his 3 to 7 call-in show on TKK.
Following the debate, Michael and Jay will take questions from both the audience and via call-ins from cars and homes. Spirited questions are anticipated until 11 tonight.