Register: SPP Hosts "Election 2.016" - An Election Year Conference, October 14
Register today for a one-day conference ahead of this historical presidential election. "Election 2.016" will explore how technology is changing the way voters engage in the election process, hosted by the School of Public Policy on Friday, October 14, 2016, from 10 am - 5 pm in the Wilburn Auditorium. Registeration is free.
Bringing together tech innovators, academics, political strategists, democracy advocates and students, panels will explore:
- How technology is changing the way voters access information, and the types of information available to them
- How technology is changing the way voters engage in the political process at all levels of government from local through national
- How technology is changing the way voters vote through election technology
A lunchtime keynote addresss will explore social media strategy of presidential campaigns. Cheif social media strategists Vince Harris of the Rand Paul and Donald Trump campaigns, along with Melissa Ryan from the Obama 2012 campaign will deliver, "From Kissing Babies to Liking Posts: How Social Media has Changed the American Campaign"
View panels, speakers, and register here.