“How I can be helpful from my perch in New Hampshire.”
This is one of the reasons why the politicization of academia matters. The left dominates the entire field and uses their advantage for political gain.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
UNH Administrator Offered to ‘Be Helpful’ to Clinton Using Public School’s Resources
A senior faculty member at a public university in New Hampshire proposed using his position to “be helpful” to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, hacked emails show.
Michael Ettlinger, the director of the University of New Hampshire’s Carsey School of Public Policy, told campaign chairman John Podesta in a March 2015 email that he was already working to advance Clinton’s campaign “in my private capacity.”
“But the best place to start is with what I can do formally from heading the Carsey School,” Ettlinger wrote in a message from his personal email address. He wanted to know “how I can be helpful from my perch in New Hampshire.”
Ettlinger’s ideas originated in discussions with Ann O’Leary, then a vice president at the Center for the Next Generation, a nonprofit run by billionaire Democratic donor Tom Steyer, who has funded extensive political operations in New Hampshire.
A month after Ettlinger’s email, O’Leary left Next Generation to join the Clinton campaign as a senior policy adviser, according to her LinkedIn page.
Ettlinger proposed enlisting television producer Marcy Carsey, the Carsey School’s benefactor and namesake, in his efforts. “I could also try to get Marcy Carsey involved who, as you know, is supportive,” he wrote.
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