Dante J. Scala is an associate professor in 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 more than a decade, 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.