Monday's New Hampshire GOP Debate--AEI Political Experts Available to Comment

In the lead-up to the first New Hampshire debate of the 2012 election season on Monday, June 13, the following American Enterprise Institute (AEI) political experts will be available to discuss the debate and its political implications:

Michael Barone, AEI Resident Fellow (available for radio and print only)

A political analyst and journalist, Barone studies politics, American government, campaigns and elections. Barone is also the principal coauthor of the annual Almanac of American Politics.

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Assistant: [email protected] (202.862.5817)

Karlyn Bowman, AEI Senior Fellow

A political and polling expert, Bowman compiles and analyzes American public opinion using polling data. She has also studied and spoken about the evolution of American politics because of key demographic and geographic changes.

[email protected] (202.862.5917)

Assistant: [email protected] 202.862.5917

Norman Ornstein, AEI Resident Scholar

A long-time observer of Congress and politics, Ornstein is an expert on politics and election reform and participates in AEI's Election Watch series.

[email protected] (202.862.5893)

Assistant: [email protected] (202.862.5899).

For help in reaching any of the scholars and for all other media requests, please contact Jesse Blumenthal at [email protected] (202.862.4870).

AEI's in-house ReadyCam TV studio may be booked by calling VideoLink at 617.340.4300. For radio interviews, please e-mail [email protected] to reserve AEI's ISDN facilities

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