CampaignTech Panel Coming Together — Don’t Miss It

Down here in the e.politics bunker, we’re bummed to have to miss South by Southwest this year (see last year’s status report for an example of 1. why it’s a terrific time, and 2. why skipping it may be good for staff health), but plenty of other conference goodness is on the horizon.

One example: the CampaignTech Conference, sponsored by Campaigns & Elections magazine and held in DC on April 18-19 this year. My own panel, “How to Act Like Obama Online When You DON’T Have a Billion in the Bank” (which will talk about applying Obama 2012 lessons to this year’s advocacy and electoral campaigns), is coming together nicely — we just signed up Ethan Roeder, Obama’s chief data manager for the presidential race and who’s now gone back over to the New Organizing Institute, as a speaker.

The conference as a whole should be great fun and educational all around, and you should register now before the rates go up at the beginning of March. More on our panel soon, and I hope to see you there.


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Colin Delany
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