Dante J. Scala is professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire, a Carsey Faculty Fellow, and Master in Public Policy Faculty. He has studied the changing political demographics of New Hampshire for two decades, and his expertise is recognized locally and nationally.
His recently published work include case studies of several recent New Hampshire elections. He took part in a multi-state study of campaign communications in 2008, funded by the Pew Foundation and published by Temple University Press. His current work includes a study of campaign finance in the era of super PACs.
Dante is a graduate of Villanova University. He holds a master's degree and a doctorate from the University of Chicago.