www.politicalchowder.com Sunday May 6 at 11am on WZMY TV Press Release

A potpourri of NH and presidential topics …

 Berlin, building a future on prisons,

 NH Special Education, an embarrassment,

Mark the date, May 10 -Lynch's constitutional amendment hits the House…let the hearings begin,

Obama tells volunteer: its MY SPACE not yours (life in the age of the evolving internet campaign),

Romney- Money and Mormons,

the tenuous life of a Senator named Sununu

The Republican Candidates Debate…Presidential politics in the shadow of actors: Fred Thompson and Ronald Reagan

The first fight for Civil Unions and life after – a conversation with Pulitzer Prize winning Vermont editorial writer David Moats of the Rutland Herald

   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, May 6, from 11 to Noon EST on MyTV (WZMY-TV – Comcast 18 or Comcast 6 and Dish and DirecTV ). Political Chowder re-airs during the week on 48 public access stations, serving over 80 cities and towns across NH. Check local listings for times and dates.

The Week in Rewind with:

Charlie Arlinghaus, President of The Josiah Bartlett Center

Jeff Feingold, Editor of the NH Business Review

Patrick Hynes, blogger and Republican consultant

 The First Presidential Debate Panel:

Patrick Hynes, blogger at Ankle Biting Pundit and political consultant

Bill Cahill, political consultant with Cahill Public Affairs

State Rep. David Bettencourt, VPres. of the NH Young Republicans

Life after Civil Unions:

Rutland Herald editor David Moats, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and author of Civil Wars, A battle for gay marriage

Go to www.politicalchowder.com at noon on Sunday for podcasts and google video of the program (archive materials available).