Andrew E. Smith

 

 


 

Andrew E. Smith is an associate professor of practice in the department of political science at the University of New Hampshire. He also has been director of the University of New Hampshire Survey Center since 1999 and is nationally known for public opinion polling. His research focuses on elections, public opinion, and the presidential nomination process. He is co-author of an upcoming book on the New Hampshire primary.




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Oct 19th 2015

It's been 100 years since New Hampshire held its first presidential primary, and the story of this preeminent political contest is packed with colorful personalities and interesting anecdotes. In this course you'll learn about the history of the presidential nomination process, the role New Hampshire plays in the media's coverage of elections and how the state is often a proving ground for unknown candidates and fledgling political operatives.

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