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Political Junkie Comes To N.H.: Pre-Election Check-In
We're checking in with Ken Rudin for our monthly 'Political Junkie' show. We'll look at how the election season is progressing in New Hampshire, compared with other mid-terms around the country.
- Ken Rudin – host of The Political Junkie, a weekly radio show covering national, state, and local politics. He is an expert in U.S. politics and campaign history, and a former NPR political editor.
- Here's Political Junkie's most recent podcast, which happens to feature NHPR's political reporter, Josh Rogers: In New Hampshire, Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen has held a fairly comfortable lead for most of the year, and her polling has long shown her with favorable job numbers. But then how to explain new polls showing her in a dead heat against former Senator — former Massachusetts senator — Scott Brown? Josh Rogers of New Hampshire Public Radio gives us the lowdown.