When Jon isn’t reporting, he oversees special projects, such as the presidential primary and is a nationally recognized innovator in radio-web integration.
Prior to coming to New Hampshire, Jon was a Washington reporter at National Public Radio. He has degrees from Johns Hopkins University, Syracuse University and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. His work has received awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, Public Radio News Directors Association, the Edward R. Murrow Award for New Media, the James K. Batten Award for Civic Journalism and numerous Associated Press awards. Jon was also awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in 1996-97 that took him to Romania.
The Texas congressman drew less than 8 percent of the vote in the state in 2008. But things could be significantly different this time as Paul reaches into new corners of the electorate: He's adding independents and registered Republicans to his base of young voters and hard-core libertarians.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry spent the last two days in New Hampshire, his first visit since the Republican debate in which he defended a Texas law that allows illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition at state colleges. As Jon Greenberg reports, Perry faced headwinds among Republican primary voters.
There are allegations that the Caitlin Raymond International Registry, part of the sprawling UMass Memorial Health Care system, misused funds, including spending $40,000 to $50,000 a week on female models to staff donor-recruitment tables. Both organizations are also drawing scrutiny for their billing practices.