More than 30 percent of potential voters in the Granite State were either not old enough to vote in 2008 or lived in another state. These younger voters and recent migrants have the potential to change the political landscape of New Hampshire in the coming presidential primary and November election.
UNH Professor Andrew Smith and Senior Fellow David Moore have co-written a book that examines the history and impacts that the New Hampshire first-in-the-nation primary has on American presidential politics.
When the campaign trails are set ablaze, New Hampshire is the political hot spot. University of New Hampshire political science professors Andrew Smith and Dante Scala want to ignite the flames as they prepare to launch a massive open online course (MOOC) focused completely on the New Hampshire presidential primary...
Kessler Foundation awarded a $499,999 Signature Employment Grant to the University of New Hampshire to conduct the "Kessler Foundation National Employment Survey on the Status of Americans with Disabilities." The grant is part of more than $2.1 million in funds distributed by the Foundation to organizations across the U.S.