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Join Campaigns and Elections for CampaignTech West – the premiere conference for strategists, campaigners, and technologists. Be here when the political and technology worlds collide.

7/21/2014 to 7/22/2014
When: 7/21/2014
Where: Terra Art Gallery
511 Harrison Street
San Francisco, California  94105
United States
Presenter: Campaigns and Elections
Contact: (703) 778-1025

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Join Campaigns and Elections for CampaignTech West – the premiere conference for strategists, campaigners, and technologists. Be here when the political and technology worlds collide.

At CTWest, you’ll gain behind-the-scenes perspectives on the newest digital strategies, political marketing tools, and ground-breaking ideas for this campaign cycle and beyond.

Registration includes 2 exclusive networking happy hours and 1 full day of panels and presentations. You’ll have the chance to connect and learn from the revolutionaries of digital politics, advocacy, and technology.


Terra Art Gallery

511 Harrison Street

San Francisco, CA 94105



July 21

Opening Night Reception Hosted by Eventbrite and L2


July 22

Registration and Breakfast

Welcome Remarks

Opening Keynote

What ESL Voters Can Teach Us About Tech & Mobile Adoption


Can’t We All Just Get Along…and Settle on a Media Mix?


Organizer 1: Can We Automate That? Understanding Programmatic Buying
Strategist 1: The Future of Integrating Offline and Online Data
Technologist 1: Rich Web Experiences & the Future of Political Engagement


Organizer 2: Mobile Targeting: What Moves the Needle?
Strategist 2: Open Rates and Click-Throughs: How to Succeed with Emails
Technologist 2: The Future is Already Mapped


Organizer 3: Building a Better Government with Coding
Strategist 3: Leveraging Design Principles in Politics
Technologist 3: The Political Power of APIs


Ideas & IPAs – Startup Spotlight

Closing Keynote

Cocktail Reception Presented by Callfire, Inc.


David Algranati, Rentrak
Luis Alvarado, Revolvis
Hugo Balta, National Association of Hispanic Journalists
Seth Bannon, Amicus
Hector Barajas, Revolvis
Amanda Bloom, BASK Digital Media
Kimberly Bryant, Black Girls CODE
Josh Cohen, Open Supporter Data Interface Project
Christopher Cox, Resonate
Shane D’Aprile, Campaigns & Elections
Tracy Dietz, L2
Wesley Donehue, Push Digital
Sean Duggan, Pandora Internet Radio
Jamie Elden, LIN Digital Media
Allen Gannett, TrackMaven
Adam Gillman, Fluent
Aaron Ginn, Lincoln Labs
Ted Gurley, Univision Radio
Brandon Hall, Kully Hall
Adriel Hampton, NationBuilder
Erin Hartman, Blue Labs
Kevin Hartz, Eventbrite
John Hollar, Computer History Museum
Larry Huynh, Trilogy Interactive
Bret Jacobson, Red Edge
Karen Jagoda, E-Voter Institute
Juliana Lam, Link2Tek, LLC.
Richard Leadbeater, Esri
Bob Lee, Moonshadow Mobile
Hillary Lehr, Brigade
Maureen Little, Turn
Chris Lundberg, Frakture
Matt Mahan, Brigade
Michael McGeary, Engine Advocacy
Steven Moore, CampaignGrid
Ben Murray, Blue State Digital
Kat Murti, Cato Institute
Kimberly Muñoz, ShareProgress
Alex Pandel, Civic Insight
Michael Pratt, Extra Sauce
Jason Putori, Votizen
Ramya Raghavan, Google+
Andres Ramirez, The Ramirez Group
Jessica Reeves, Voto Latino
Giovanni Rodriguez, SocialxDesign
Julia Rosen, ActBlue
Isaac Salazar, Local Politechs Strategies
Millicent Smith, Voysee
Stephanie Sollers, xAd, Inc.
Bianca St. Louis, CODE2040
Norm Sterzenbach, Groundswell Public Strategies
Eddie Tejeda, Civic Insight
Paul Van Remortel, Intermarkets
Kellye Wishard, Resonate