Political Chowder with host Arnie Arnesen

*Lynch up, Bush down - in the polls that is.
*Dems court Shaheen for US Senate race while 2 senate candidates court the cash
*Civil unions and "lab rats for social policy"..what was the NH Republican Party chairman talking about?
*Constitutional Amendment on ed funding rammed through State Senate, will the House roll or rebel?
 
* US military announces: 12 month deployments are not enough-families react 
-  all this and more, Sunday @ 11am on Political Chowder

 

           

Political Chowder with host Arnie Arnesen is New Hampshire's newest political television show. Tune in Sunday, April 15, from 11 to NoonEST on MyTV (WZMY-TV – Comcast 18 or Comcast 6 and Dish and DirecTV). Political Chowder re-airs during the week on public access stations serving over 80 cities and towns across NH. Check local listings for times and dates.

The Week in Rewind Talkers:
Steve Marchand: Mayor of Portsmouth and candidate for US Senate
Charlie Bass: Former six term Congressman and and President of Republican Main Street Partnership
Andrew Smith: Political Science Professor and pollster UNH Survey Center
The Discussion:
National Guard call ups-deployments extended-Report out Reserves & Guard unprepared for domestic missions
Anne Chay: Mother, teacher, member of Military Families Speak Out ( www.mfso.org)  from Andover, Massachusetts. Her son, a private first class with the 23rd Infantry Regiment of the Army's 2nd Infantry Division, stationed in Baghdad since July, 2006 was just extended by 3 months.
  Peter Richardson :Member of Military Families Speak Out who lives in Exeter, New Hampshire. His grandson served with the U.S. Marine Corps in Iraq in the spring of 2003. Peter is a U.S. Army Veteran and is a former high school teacher and was Director of Admissions at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
 Go to www.politicalchowder.com at noon on Sunday for podcasts and google video of the program (archive materials available).