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Rockefeller Center Faculty Called Upon for #FITN #NH Primary Analysis

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The "First In The Nation" New Hampshire Primaries are over, and the attention of the campaigns and media have moved to states like South Carolina.  In the analysis stage of the NH Primary, Rockefeller Center staff and faculty have been called upon and quoted in several publications. 

Among them, Professors Ron Shaiko and Linda Fowler.  Shaiko is Senior Fellow and Associate Director of Curricular Programs at the Rockefeller Center, and Fowler is a former Director of the Rockefeller Center.  This winter term, Prof. Shaiko is teaching Introduction to Public Policy and Prof. Fowler is teaching Leadership and Political Institutions.

Here's a sampling of the recent media mentions:

Analysis: Late Voting Decisions Make N.H. Primaries Unique” (WBUR, 1/10/12)Linda Fowler, Professor of Government and the Frank J. Reagan ’09 Chair in Policy Studies (interview)
Dartmouth professor explains New Hampshire primary” (Minnesota Public Radio, 1/10/12)Linda Fowler, Professor of Government and the Frank J. Reagan ’09 Chair in Policy Studies (interview)
Mitt Romney, New Hampshire And The 'Expectations Game'” (NPR, 1/9/12)Linda Fowler, Professor of Government and the Frank J. Reagan ’09 Chair in Policy Studies (interview)
Romney Wins N.H. Primary; Paul Takes Second Place” (NPR, 1/10/12)Linda Fowler, Professor of Government and the Frank J. Reagan ’09 Chair in Policy Studies (quote)
Groundwork, political good will pay off for Romney” (The Boston Globe, 1/11/12)
Linda Fowler, Professor of Government and the Frank J. Reagan ’09 Chair in Policy Studies (quote)
Economy, Electability Were Key to Romney Win” (Valley News, 1/11/12)
Ron Shaiko, Research Associate Professor; Senior Fellow and Associate Director of Curricular Programs at the Rockefeller Center (quote)
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