- Stuart Rothenberg
Stuart Rothenberg is the editor and publisher of
The Rothenberg Political Report, a Washington-based, biweekly, self-proclaimed non-partisan newsletterthat reports on and analyzes the United StatesPresidential, House, Senatorial, and Gubernatorial elections and current political developments.
He has taught
political scienceat Bucknell UniversityLewisburg, Pennsylvania, and The Catholic University of Americain Washington, D.C..
Rothenberg writes a twice-a-week column for
Roll Call, a Capitol Hill newspaper, and his op-eds have appeared in " The Wall Street Journal", " The Washington Post", " The New York Times", and " The Orlando Sentinel".
A frequent soundbite on network television news, Rothenberg has appeared on "
Meet the Press," "This Week," "The Today Show," "Nightline" and " The McLaughlin Group." He served as a CNN political analyst for over ten years, including extensive on-air election night analysis beginning in 1994. Last cycle, he also served as a political analyst for CBS Newsand for the Voice of America.
He is also a guest contributor for
Married with two
children, Rothenberg resides in Potomac, Maryland.
* [http://rothenbergpoliticalreport.blogspot.com The Rothenberg Political Report]
* [http://rothenbergpoliticalreport.blogspot.com/2005/09/stuart-rothenberg-bio.html Biography]
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