Jennifer Donahue, a public policy fellow with the Eisenhower Institute at Gettysburg College, was featured in an Oct. 16 story on National Public Radio and in various media outlets for her commentary on Romney's position in the Presidential race. Among the radio stations that carried the story are:
SHAPIRO: This moment now is different from Florida and Michigan. In those states, a short term sprint put Romney over the finish line. But now, there are still three weeks to go until Election Day. The polls are virtually tied. Romney is no longer a clear underdog and that puts the Republican candidate in a difficult spot, says Jennifer Donahue. She's a political scientist at Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania.
JENNIFER DONAHUE: Romney needs to stay hungry. They need to pretend they're 10 points behind even when they're not, especially in states where it matters, like Ohio. They have to fight like it's their last fight every day for the next month.