On the day former ambassador Jon Huntsman drops out of the race Dr. Jason Johnson appears on CNN Political Buzz to discuss the implications as well as the future of his daughters the popular Huntsman Girls.
Jason Johnson on Television
After the New Hampshire Primary, Dr. Jason Johnson appears on CNN Political Buzz to discuss the implications for the race. Professor Johnson discussed compared Mitt Romney’s win in New Hampshire to “The Harlem Globetrotters beating the Washington Generals.” Johnson characterized Ron Paul’s second place finish “if you’re nibbling on someone’s heels, you’re still getting stomped on.”
Hiram College professor Jason Johnson was interviewed by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation show Connect with Mark Kelley about the South Carolina Republican presidential primary. Dr. Johnson discussed the impact of negative campaigning, citing the research in his book Political Consultants and Campaigns: One Day to Sell.
Click here to watch Dr. Jason Johnson’s appearance on Connect with Mark Kelley. The interview begins at the 36:10 minute mark.
In a late night filled with surprises, Dr. Jason Johnson spoke with the Katty Kay, Washington Correspondent for BBC World News America, about who the real winners and losers were from the Iowa Caucuses. Mixing in pop culture and political science strategy Dr. Johnson breaks down the race in a way that brings politics to the expert and the layman.
Dr. Jason Johnson spoke with Al Jazeera English at 1:00 a.m. on the night of the Republican Iowa Caucus in order to discuss the final election results and how they might propel different candidates forward.