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The Institute to Host Granite State Debates

The Institute to Host Granite State Debates

08/27/2012

The New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library will host the WMUR-TV, New Hampshire Union Leader Granite State Debates just before the state primary this fall.... Read More

Romney, Ryan to Hold Town Hall at College

Romney, Ryan to Hold Town Hall at College

08/16/2012

Presidential candidate Mitt Romney and vice presidential pick, Congressman Paul Ryan, will hold Romney's 100th Town Hall event on campus on Monday, August 20.... Read More

Students Attend National Campaign Conference At Harvard

Students Attend National Campaign Conference At Harvard

04/03/2012

Saint Anselm College students Abby Krusemark, International Relations '14, and Zach Gregoric, Politics '14, attended the weekend-long National Campaign for Political and Civic Engagement Conference hosted by the Harvard University Institute of Politics at the Kennedy School of Government in Cambridg... Read More

The Justice Series

The Justice Series

03/12/2012

During the month of March, The New Hampshire Institute of Politics and Political Library will host a new speaker series called, "The Justice Series." Four speakers will take the stage at the institute to discuss how their work fulfills the concepts of justice in contemporary society.... Read More

Saint Anselm, ABC, WMUR Host Primary Presidential Debate

Saint Anselm, ABC, WMUR Host Primary Presidential Debate

01/09/2012

Saint Anselm College was once again in the spotlight as Diane Sawyer and George Stephanopoulos moderated a debate with WMUR anchor Josh McElveen just three days before "the first in the nation" primary. More than 500 journalists descended on campus Saturday January 7, filing their stories from the C... Read More

Lesser Known Candidate Forum

Lesser Known Candidate Forum

12/16/2011

The New Hampshire Institute of Politics and Political Library will host a forum for lesser-known presidential candidates Monday, December 19, 2011.... Read More

Newt Gingrich and Jon Huntsman To Participate In Lincoln-Douglas Style Debate

Newt Gingrich and Jon Huntsman To Participate In Lincoln-Douglas Style Debate

12/10/2011

A Lincoln-Douglas style debate between Republican presidential candidates Newt Gingrich and Jon Huntsman will take place on the campus of Saint Anselm College at 4 p.m. Monday, December 12 at the Dana Center for the Humanities. Issues discussed during this 90-minute debate will focus on national sec... Read More

The NHIOP and Political Library Opens the Bridges House Exhibit

The NHIOP and Political Library Opens the Bridges House Exhibit

12/08/2011

The NHIOP and Political Library has opened the Bridges House Exhibit featuring historical items on loan from the Bridges House Historical Collection and first families of the State of New Hampshire. The exhibit will run through April 30.... Read More

Saint Anselm, ABC, WMUR to Host Presidential Primary Debate January 7, 2012

Saint Anselm, ABC, WMUR to Host Presidential Primary Debate January 7, 2012

10/17/2011

Every four years, Saint Anselm has a tradition of extending our Benedictine hospitality to presidential primary candidates, the news media, and the general public for nationally televised debates. Saint Anselm College will once again play this important role by hosting a Republican debate to be held... Read More

NHIOP/Harvard Poll Shows Romney with 18 Point Lead In A "Race That Is Far From Settled;" Cain Emerges As Strong Contender

NHIOP/Harvard Poll Shows Romney with 18 Point Lead In A "Race That Is Far From Settled;" Cain Emerges As Strong Contender

10/10/2011

One-in-five likely New Hampshire Republican presidential primary voters support Herman Cain, in second place with 20 percent... Read More

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