It was a big night for Democrats and for women in New Hampshire last night. Nationally President Barack Obama won a second term over Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. In the Granite State, Maggie Hassan was voted as our state's new Governor and Carol Shea Porter and Ann McLane Kuster won the seats for the Congressional District 1 and 2 respectively. In the State House and Senate, there are still some races that need to be settled but it looks like Republican hold majorities in both the State House and Senate. Today we crunch the numbers.
- Dean Spiliotes: Civic Scholar in the School of Arts and Sciences at Southern New Hampshire University and author of NHPoliticalCapital.com.
- Dante Scala - Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of New Hampshire. He tweets @graniteprof.
We'll also hear from
- David Scanlan - New Hampshire's Deputy Secretary of State
- Jim Demers - Co-Chair of President Obama's campaign in New Hampshrie and President of the firm Demers and Blaisdell
Patrick Griffin – A Republican media strategist and political analyst, Chairman/CEO at Griffin York and Krause, and Senior Fellow at The New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College. He’s also the author of thegraniteear.com.