Presidential Race the Focus of Southern New Hampshire University Panel Discussion Event Available Via Live Stream

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“This is an excellent opportunity to learn about the impact of the primaries and where the 2012 presidential election stands halfway to the finish line,” said political analyst Dean Spiliotes Ph.D., Civic Scholar in SNHU’s School of Arts & Sciences.

This has been in many ways an unpredictable political season and this panel will explore what we can expect on the national landscape in the weeks and months ahead

Live Stream Available at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/snhulive

“The Presidential Race: Pundits, Strategists and the Media” will be the focus of a panel discussion taking place at Southern New Hampshire University’s Dining Center Banquet Hall on March 15th from 7-8:30 p.m.

“This is an excellent opportunity to learn about the impact of the primaries and where the 2012 presidential election stands halfway to the finish line,” said political analyst Dean Spiliotes Ph.D., Civic Scholar in SNHU’s School of Arts & Sciences. “This has been in many ways an unpredictable political season and this panel will explore what we can expect on the national landscape in the weeks and months ahead.”

Spiliotes will serve as moderator for the event which will feature panelists Lauren Collins of New England Cable News, Rich Killion of Elevare Communications, Josh Rogers of New Hampshire Public Radio and Dante Scala of the University of New Hampshire.

Admission to the event is free and there will be a half hour reception immediately following the session. “The Presidential Race: Pundits, Strategists and the Media” will also be available via livestream at : http://www.ustream.tv/channel/snhulive. For more information, please contact Dean Spiliotes at d(dot)spiliotes(at)snhu(dot)edu.

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