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Episode #128 (FINAL): July 26, 2009
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Dr. Ernesto Sagas
Professor of Political Science,
Southern New Hampshire University
Show appearance: Apr. 29, 2007

Ernesto Sagás is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Southern New Hampshire University. Dr. Sagás has a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Florida and he specializes in Latina/o and Latin American politics. He is the author of Race and Politics in the Dominican Republic (University Press of Florida, 2000), and co-editor of The Dominican People: A Documentary History (Markus Wiener Publishers, 2003) and Dominican Migration: Transnational Perspectives (University Press of Florida, 2004). He is currently completing a research project on overseas voting among Latin American immigrants in the United States.


David Sandalow
Brookings Institution
Author of Freedom from Oil
Show appearance: Aug. 12, 2007

No description given.


Matt Saxton
Alstead Selectman
Show appearance: Feb. 24, 2008

Matt Saxton is a three-term Selectman in Alstead, and a cabinetmaker specializing in the restoration of antique furniture. He has two grown children and a small herd of hereford cattle.


Dave Scanlon
Deputy NH Secretary of State
Show appearance: Aug. 12, 2007

No description given.


Harold A. Schaitberger
General President, International Association of Fire Fighters
Show appearances: Sep. 2, 2007

No description given.


Albert "Buzz" Scherr
Professor at Pierce Law School
Show appearance: Dec. 09, 2007, Apr. 20, 2008, Jul. 06, 2008

No description given.


Steffen Schmidt
Iowa State University, "Dr. Politics"
Show appearance: Aug. 5, 2007, Aug. 10, 2008

Steffen Schmidt received his BA from Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida (1964) and his Ph.D. in Public Law and Government from Columbia University, New York (1973). He was born and raised in Cali, Colombia, graduated high school from The Bolles Military Academy, and also studied in France and Switzerland.

His title is University Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at Iowa State University where he has taught and conducted research since 1970. He is an affiliate of Nova University Oceanographic Center and of the U of Wisconsin Latin American Center. He is also a member of the Information Assurance Masters Program at Iowa State.

Prof. Schmidt has written 10 books and over 120 articles. He has lectured extensively in the US and abroad including the US Department of State where he recently gave a seminar on Information Technology and the New Public Diplomacy. He has been on CNN (Crossfire, Wolf Blitzer), the BBC, CBC, NBC, CBS, and is a consultant for CNN in Spanish. He has been quoted frequently in the New York Times, Newsweek, Christian Science Monitor, Chicago Tribune, LA Times, and many other major media.

He is a pioneer in the development of distance learning and has also written and consulted extensively on this topic. He has developed numerous distance learning classes on Coastal Policy, Coastal Zone Management, Electronic Democracy, and Identity Theft He is a founding member and was the Technology Review Editor for the Journal of Political Science Education. In 2007 he was awarded the IDLA “Innovator Award” for his work on distance education.

Farrell S. Seiler
Chairman, NH Wind Energy Association
Show appearance: Apr. 1, 2007, Jun. 29, 2008

No description given.

Lisa K. Shapiro
Chief Economist, Gallagher, Callahan & Gartrell, PC
Show appearance: May 4, 2008

Lisa Shapiro analyzes economic and industry trends and works with businesses on strategic and economic issues and legislative and regulatory matters. She frequently provides testimony to the New Hampshire Legislature and works on matters before New Hampshire regulatory agencies.

Dr. Shapiro is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's New England Public Policy Center Advisory Board, and was appointed by Governor John Lynch in 2007 to serve on the NH Retirement System Review Commission. Dr. Shapiro authored the study Budget Deficits and Business Taxes in New Hampshire estimating the economic impact of further increasing New Hampshire business taxes, and was a member of the New Hampshire Commission on Education Funding. She led the Economic Perspectives Technical Work Group of the New Hampshire Comparative Risk Project, and periodically teaches economics at the University of New Hampshire and its Whittemore School of Business and Economics.

She is a frequent speaker on public policy issues affecting businesses, including taxes, energy, telecommunications and the environment.
Dr. Shapiro holds a Ph.D. in economics from The Johns Hopkins University.

Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter
US Congresswoman
Show appearance: July 22, 2007 , Dec. 30, 2007

Carol Shea-Porter is the first woman elected to national office in the history of the state of New Hampshire.

Carol's large family has deep roots in New Hampshire going back many generations. She grew up with her six brothers and sisters in a household that included her parents, a great-uncle, and a grandmother. Her family also gave a temporary home to children and teens that needed a place to live during difficult times in their lives.

Carol graduated from public high school in Durham, New Hampshire and then worked her way through the University of New Hampshire, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Social Services and later a Master of Arts in Public Administration.

Carol married Gene Porter, an Army officer stationed at an Army medical center in Colorado during the Vietnam era. After her husband left the service, they moved to New Orleans and then to the Washington, DC area where she continued her career as a social worker and teacher. She founded and directed a program to provide services to senior citizens, taught political science at a community college, and also taught politics and American history to retired federal employees.

After returning to New Hampshire with her husband and their son and daughter, the Congresswoman became active in local politics serving as Chair of the Rochester City Democrats and Strafford County Coordinator for state representative races. During the 2004 Presidential primary, she volunteered and then worked for General Wesley Clark.

Carol decided to run for Congress after serving for over a month as a volunteer in Katrina-ravaged New Orleans. She saw first-hand the inadequate response of the federal government to meet the needs of citizens after this tragedy and decided that the voice of hard working families needed to be heard in Washington. The voters of New Hampshire listened to her pledge to “represent the other 99% of us” and built a district-wide grass roots network that elected New Hampshire’s first Congresswoman, astonishing state and national pundits.

Carol was sworn into office on January 4, 2007. She is a member of the House Armed Services Committee and the Committee on Education and Labor.


Kevin Sheppard
Director of Manchester Public Works Department
Show appearance: Jun. 22, 2008

- MBA from Franklin Pierce University and B.S. from UNH
- Have worked for the City of Manchester for the past 23 years working my way up through the "ranks". I was the Deputy Director for 15 years, before becoming the Director in February of this year.


Steve Shurtleff
NH State Representative
Chair of Criminal Justice and Public Safety
Show appearance: Oct. 07, 2007, Jan. 25, 2009

Steve was born and raised in Concord NH in 1947. He graduated from Bishop Brady High School in 1966. After looking at his grades and SAT scores he knew he wouldn't be getting a college deferment from the draft, so, Shurtleff enlisted in the US Army for three years. One year of that was spent in Vietnam with the 552nd MP Co.

After being discharged from the Army Steve joined the Concord Police Dept. Subsequently, in 1974 he was selected by the US Dept. of Justice, US Marshal's Service to serve as a Deputy US Marshal. His first duty station was Cleveland, OH. Shurtleff was able to transfer back home to NH in 1977 and retired as a Supervisory Deputy US Marshal in 2000. Over the years he has earned an Associates degree. After retiring Shurtleff became a substitute school teacher in the Merrimack Valley School District, primarily in special needs classes, and still teaches to this day.
In 2004 he ran for the NH House and was elected to represent Concord wards 1,2 & 3 and re-elected in 2006. In the House, Shurtleff served on the Judiciary Committee and was selected, in 2006, to be an Asst. Majority Leader.

Steve has three kids: Seth, Kristie and Nate, a wonderful daughter-in-law Suzi and a beautiful grand-daughter, Sarah, who just turned two.


Dr. Mark Silk
Editor, Religion In The News
Trinity College
Show appearance: Mar. 25, 2007

Founding director of the Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life at Trinity College and founding editor of Religion in the News, a magazine published by the Center that examines how the news media handle religious subject matter. He earned his Ph.D. in medieval history from Harvard University in 1982. In 1987 he joined the staff of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, where he worked as a reporter, editorial writer and columnist. Silk is the author of Spiritual Politics: Religion and America Since World War II and Unsecular Media: Making News of Religion in America. He is co-editor of Religion by Region, an eight-volume series on religion and public life in the United States, and co-author of the forthcoming One Nation Divisible: Religion and Region in America Today.

Tammy Simmons
ED of the NH Advantage Coalition
Show appearance: Jul. 06, 2008

Tammy Simmons is a West Manchester resident who has been active politically in New Hampshire over the past decade. Having worked on a variety of candidates' campaigns, including the recent successful re-election of Manchester's Mayor Frank Guinta, Tammy is also a part of the New Hampshire Advantage Coalition, a citizen-led, non-profit group made up of grassroots leaders who believe in limited government and work on a variety of issues to maintain the New Hampshire Advantage.


Melissa Skinner
Member of ONE
Show appearance: Sept. 14, 2008

She is 28 years old and born and raised in NH. Worked in hospitality industry for over 12 years. Became involved in the ONE campaign after seeing a friend wearing the white bracelet. She started researching the issues and it was like a set of blinders had been lifted. No longer could she sit idly by and let people die by the thousands daily without trying to do something to help. She was blessed to be born in a country of plenty, but saw no good in it if she horded it all to herself. So she became very actively involved with the ONE campaign. Going to town hall meetings, meetings with state representatives, AIDS awareness walks, anything where she could go and raise awareness on these global issues.

Initially went on a trip to Namibia with a local church in Amherst. When she came back, she was even more aggressive with changing her life to help others. She paired up with the Outreach director, Lisa Mazur, at her church, Manchester Christian Church. She started to volunteer more with local projects and dream big about starting a global initiative. In May of '08 they started planning a trip to Rwanda. She began interning at MCC to help full time with her church's new global initiative. The team of 6 traveled to Rwanda and met with Pastor Theophile, who has planted 47 churches in Rwanda and the Congo. Now that they are back, her focus has been on getting training materials together for future teams and planning to get a child sponsorship program up and running. She will be working on the ground with Pastor Theo to help Manchester Christian Church partner with Harvest Church so they can help educate the next generation.


Andrew Smith
Director, UNH Survey Center
Show appearance: Apr. 15, 2007, Aug. 5, 2007, Dec. 30, 2007, Apr. 20, 2008, Jun. 22, 2008, Aug. 10, 2008, Oct. 19, 2008, Jan. 04, 2009

Dr. Andrew Smith is the Director of the UNH Survey Center. The Survey Center is a non-partisan, academic public opinion research center for governments, not for profits, and faculty researchers. Dr. Smith is also an Associate Research Professor in the UNH Department of Political Science. His research has focused on survey methodology, elections, and public policy.

The Survey Center is nationally known for its election polling. It has consistently conducted the most accurate polling in New Hampshire elections. It currently conducts polls for the Boston Globe, and WMUR-TV in Manchester, NH.

In recent years, the Survey Center has conducted polls for CNN, Fox News, WCVB-TV Boston, KYW-TV Philadelphia, USA Today, and the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Ashley Smith
Nashua Telegraph Reporter
Show appearance: Mar. 02, 2008

No description given.


Malcolm Smith, PhD.
Family Life and Family Policy Specialist, UNH Cooperative Extension
Show appearance: Nov. 02, 2008

As Family Life and Family Policy Specialist, Dr. Malcolm Smith provides support, service and leadership to all Cooperative Extension Programs serving New Hampshire families. He designs and implements parenting support and training curriculum and programs to improve the quality of family life in New Hampshire. Malcolm is also a member of the Department of Family Studies faculty, teaching courses in Family Policy and serves on the Department's Graduate Committee and Advocacy Committee. He is also currently serving on the New Hampshire Legislative Task Force on Work and Family. Malcolm also writes a monthly column on work and family issues for the New Hampshire Business Review.

Currently Dr. Smith is leading a research team that is taking an in depth look at work and family issues throughout New Hampshire which includes researchers from The Carsey Institute, The NH Division of Employment Security, The UNH Survey Center and the UNH Department of Sociology.

Dr. Smith has recently assisted in the founding of the Family Education Collaborative, a unique effort based in Manchester, which unites Cooperative Extension with the YWCA of Manchester, UNH Manchester, Child and Family Services, and a networks of 25 family support programs across the state to make a meaningful contribution to family research and parent education. The Family Education Collaborative, under Dr. Smith's direction, was recently recognized as lead agency in implementing the When Work Works program in Manchester, a program created by the Sloan Foundation.

In spite of giving his parents a really hard time, Malcolm has been caring for and about families for over 30 years. He is a former staff member of the renowned Menninger Foundation where he worked closely with his mentor, pioneering psychiatrist Karl Menninger, M.D., in developing education programs for adults serving abused, neglected, behaviorally challenged and adjudicated children. Malcolm also developed the Peaceful Intervention Program and Realistic Parenting, two training programs that have received national distribution. He has also responded to over 200 cases of youth violence in schools and communities throughout the U.S. and Canada. He is a senior consultant to many organizations including the U.S. Army Family Advocacy program and the Center for School Safety.

In his spare time, Malcolm loves playing old time music on clawhammer banjo and the mandolin and is a fixture at local music gatherings.


Dr. Gary Sobelson
former President of the NH Medical Society
Show appearance: Jan. 13, 2008

Gary Sobelson, MD is a family physician practicing in Concord, NH since 1984. He is former president of the NH Academy of Family Physicians and NH Medical Society, and has been active in promoting legislative and public health initiatives in our state. He has just completed work with the Clinton campaign in NH, but also boasts membership in Physicians for a National Health Plan, a single payer advocacy group.


Norman Soloman
Author, founder and Executive Director of the Institute for Public Accuracy and an associate of the media watch group FAIR

Show appearance: Sep. 30, 2007

Soloman is a nationally syndicated columnist on media and politics and the author of 12 books, including:"War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death"(2005) and most recently, "Made Love, Got War: Close Encounters with America'sWarfare State"
He is also founder and executive director of the Institute for Public Accuracy, a national consortium of policy researchers and analysts.

Erika Staaf
Advocate, Environment New Hampshire
Show appearance: Apr. 22, 2007

Erika Staaf is the Advocate for Environment New Hampshire in Concord. Erika joined staff in the summer of 2004 after graduating from Bucknell University with a degree in Environmental Studies and International Relations. She currently oversees Environment New Hampshire's energy, clean air, and environmental enforcement programs.

Jim Steiner
Republican candidate for Congress
Show appearance: Nov. 11, 2007, Jan. 20, 2008, Mar. 30, 2008

Looking to the November 2008 elections, Jim Steiner will become the first former Army Green Beret ever elected to Congress if his bid is successful.

From Central High School in Manchester, Jim attended, and graduated from, West Point and took his commission as a second lieutenant in the infantry. Following Ranger School, and his qualification as an Army Ranger, Jim led rifle and weapons platoons in a light infantry company located at Ft. Lewis, WA. Two sergeants, both Vietnam veterans, and both Army Green Berets, pulled Jim aside one day to suggest he volunteer for Special Forces. In 1982, Jim concluded the rigorous training, was declared a fully qualified Green Beret, and spent the next years on deployments to Scandinavia, Europe, through Greece and Turkey, and to Israel.

For the ten years he spent on active duty, Jim's transition to civilian life took one hour. Jim signed out of the army, drove an hour east to Boston from Ft. Devens, MA, and sat down to his first law school lecture. Three years later, he graduated from Suffolk University Law School with honors, and received a prestigious law clerkship for the Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court.

As an experienced attorney, Jim has been responsible for some half dozen decisions at the New Hampshire Supreme Court that have protected the interests of individuals and small business. His latest success, against an insurance company, obligated the company to make good on its insuring contract forJim's client.

Over the last 20 years, Jim has served on the State Board of Education, the Red Cross Board, YMCA Board and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Daniel Webster Council, BSA, Inc. Each year for the last 15 years he has served as an adjunct faculty member at Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware.

Jim intends to take the foundation of integrity and leadership derived from his military experience and his legal practice to Washington, D.C. on behalf of residents of the 2nd Congressional District, and all of New Hampshire. Jim invites people to visit his website at www.joinjim2008.com to learn more about him and to communicate with him.


Chris Stewart
Blogger, GreenMountainPolitics1
Show appearance: July 29, 2007 , Dec. 23, 2007

Christopher Stewart, a.k.a. Monday Morning Clacker, is a 30 year old Citizen Pundit covering the 2008 NH Primary. He is also writing a book about his experience.

Christopher graduated from American University's School of Public Affairs with a BA in Political Science in 2000. At the time he was also working for Congressman Rob Portman (R-OH) on Capitol Hill.

A bit later in DC Christopher worked, briefly, in the campaign direct mail business. The money was good but the work was not. Deciding that he needed to get "outside-the-beltway", Christopher moved to Texas for 3 years to work as a reporter for a trade magazine at the State Capitol in Austin.

In 2006, Christopher moved back to his home state of Vermont to work on Rich Tarrant's (R) failed U.S. Senate bid against Bernie Sanders (I). Also during the '06 cycle, Christopher worked for Martha Rainville (R) during her failed U.S. House bid against Peter Welch (D).

At the conclusion of the '06 race, and realizing that his dream of writing a book was slipping away, Christopher moved to Manchester, NH to cover the '08 Primary. His experiences in New Hampshire should make one heck of a book.

In the meantime, Christopher tries to give his beautiful girlfriend all the love and attention she deserves while at the same time attempting to keep his political blog, GreenMountainPolitics1, relevant.

Chris Stimpson
Solar-Nation.Org Executive Campaigner
Show appearance: Jun. 15, 2008

Following  a career in the Royal Air Force, Chris Stimpson moved to the U.S. and into the world of advertising, first in an agency and then on the corporate side, in telecommunications and software companies.  He owned a Subway franchise on Cape Cod (and can still make a footlong sandwich in ninety seconds), and for three years worked for a radio station, "selling air".

In 2003 Chris helped to found the non-profit grass roots group Clean Power Now, of which he is still a director.  Clean Power Now, currently numbering more than 10,000 members, advocates for viable renewable energy projects, primarily in the U.S. Northeast;  its principal purpose is to support the proposed Nantucket Sound Wind Farm.

In the spring and fall Chris can often be seen running around fields wearing a soccer ref's uniform, much to the surprise of the lacrosse players around him.

Chris joined Solar Nation in July 2007.


John H. Sununu
Former Governor of NH
Chair of NH GOP

Show appearance: Feb. 15, 2009

John H. Sununu, of Hampton Falls, New Hampshire, is President of JHS Associates, Ltd. and a former partner in Trinity International Partners, a private financial firm.

In 2004 he co-chaired the Secretary of Energy Advisory Board, Nuclear Energy Task Force. 

He was a Visiting Professor of Practice in Public Service at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government during the 2003 – 2004 school year.

Governor Sununu, from 1992 until 1998, co-hosted CNN’s nightly “Crossfire” program, a news/public affairs discussion program.

Governor Sununu was commissioned Chief of Staff to the President of the United States on January 21, 1989, and served in the White House until March 1, 1992.  As chief of staff, Governor Sununu oversaw the daily operations of the White House and its staff.  He also served as Counsellor to the President.  The Governor is a member of the Board of Trustees for the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation.

Governor Sununu became New Hampshire’s 75th Chief Executive on January 6, 1983, and served three consecutive terms prior to joining the White House staff.  He assumed office with a background of nearly 20 years experience as an educator, engineer, small businessman and community leader.  The Governor gained both regional and national recognition through his chairmanship of the Coalition of Northeastern Governors’, the chairmanship of the Republican Governors’ Association, and his election in 1987 to the chairmanship of the National Governors’ Association.

From 1963 until his election as Governor, he served as President of JHS Engineering Company and Thermal Research Inc.  In addition, he helped establish and served as chief engineer for Astro Dynamics Inc. from 1960 until 1965.

The Governor attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and earned his Ph.D. there in 1966 in Mechanical Engineering.  From 1968 until 1973, he was Associate Dean of the College of Engineering at Tufts University and Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering.  He served on the Advisory Board of the Technology and Policy Program at MIT from 1984 until 1989.  He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering.

The Governor is married to the former Nancy Hayes.  They have eight children.


Dr. Katrina Swett
Candidate For US Senate (D)
Show appearance: Mar. 11, 2007 , Oct. 28, 2007

Katrina Swett has had an impressive career that has included working as a lawyer on Capitol Hill for the Senate Judiciary Committee. She served as the Director of New England College's Graduate Program in Public Policy and has co-hosted a political news analysis show on WMUR TV. She has run numerous successful political campaigns and serves as Vice President of Swett Associates. She taught U.S. Foreign Policy at the University of Southern Denmark while her husband was serving as the American Ambassador to Denmark.

Katrina has been active in serving her state and community in a wide variety of ways; from coaching her daughter's soccer team to serving as co-chair of the Granite State Coalition Against Expanded Gambling. The Swett family has enjoyed hosting inner-city kids through the FAF during NH summers.

Michael Swack
UNH Professor
Show appearance: Sept. 28, 2008

Dr. Michael Swack has more than 25 years experience in the fields of community economic development, development finance, and development banking. He is considered a pioneer in the field of community development lending and investment.

Dr. Swack is a professor at the University of New Hampshire where he has appointments at the Carsey Institute and the Whittemore School of Business and Economics.  Previously, Dr. Swack was the Dean of the School of Community Economic Development (SCED) at Southern New Hampshire University, a school he founded in 1982.

Dr. Swack has been involved in the design, implementation, and management of a variety of community development lending and investment institutions, both domestic and international, including the following:

  • First chairman and board member (17 years) of the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA), a state-chartered equity fund for community economic development ventures and projects.
  • Past president of the Institute for Community Economics in Springfield, Mass., one of the first community development loan funds in the U.S.
  • Founding president and a current board member of the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund.
  • Founding board member of National Community Capital (now Opportunity Finance Network) a trade association of community development finance institutions.
  • Past member of the Business Council of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
  • Member of the Community Investment steering committee of the Social Investment Forum
  • Current member of the Community Development Advisory Council of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston also a member of the Research Advisory Council
  • Consultant to development finance intermediaries in Africa, Latin America and Asia.
  • Chair of the Financial Innovations Roundtable.
Dr. Swack has published in the areas of community economic development and development finance. He received his doctorate from Columbia University, his masters degree from Harvard University and his bachelors degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Al Sypek
Political Chowder
Guest Host

Show appearance: Jul. 19, 2009

No description given.


Donna Sytek
Former NH Speaker of the House
Show appearance: May 20, 2007, July 29, 2007

Donna Sytek is a veteran of New Hampshire politics, having served as Speaker of the House and chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party. During 23 years as a state representative from Salem, she chaired several major committees including Judiciary, Ways and Means, and Criminal Justice. She has a continuing interest and involvement in state policy on taxation, corrections, and substance abuse treatment.

Since her retirement from the legislature in 2000, she has been elected to the boards of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and New Hampshire Public Television. Donna an incorporator and current chairman of the Vesta Roy Excellence in Public Service Series, a leadership training program for Republican women. She is author of Further Ado: Practical Protocol for New Hampshire, published in 2003.

Speaker Sytek is a native of Haverhill, Massachusetts and a graduate of Regis College. During her professional career Donna worked as a medical technologist and as a community relations representative for Seabrook Station. She has been married for 40 years to John, a Latin teacher at Salem High School. Their daughter Mary is a nurse in Connecticut.

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