What The Close Race In Iowa Means for N.H. (NPR)


NPR’s Talk of the Nation tapped Linda Fowler, professor of Government and Frank J. Reagan 1909 Chair in Policy Studies, for a morning-after analysis of the January 3 Iowa caucuses and a look towards the next contest for Republicans contending for their party’s Presidential nomination: the New Hampshire primary, set for Tuesday, January 10.

Fowler discussed the near-open registration rules for the state primary, as well as the impact of the conservative media in New Hampshire and the state’s habit of “[taking] down frontrunners.” She joins the conversation at  approximately 13 minutes into the broadcast.

Fowler has been quoted in election stories by The Boston Globe, The Christian Science Monitor, The Sydney Morning Herald, and The Korea Herald. She was also interviewed by Vermont Public Radio and Bloomberg TV.

Listen to or read a transcript of the show, broadcast on January 4 on NPR’s Talk of the Nation.

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