The Politics Online conference is back…. Well sort of. The name, the place, the host and the sponsors have all changed but it still has the line up a great conference with some good speakers (yours truly included) and a chance to network.
Hosted by Campaigns & Elections magazine, the inaugural CampaignTech Conference, will be held on November 10 and 11 in Washington, DC. Conference organizers promise that sessions are designed specifically for the practitioners in the political space and crafted for various roles in the political process. The conference will have four tracks: candidates, campaign professionals, Technologists and Non-profit advocates and the agenda has a number of interesting panels for each track.
I will be moderating the panel titled “Mobilizing Voters and Volunteer” on Friday at 11:30AM. The session will look at web and mobile organization tactics that will be used in the 2012 election cycle, from text messaging to social integration to incentivizing the process. I will joined on the by panel by Courtney Sieloff of Revolution Messaging , Mindy Finn of Engage and Taryn Rosenkranz of DCCC