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Sunday, March 10 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Redefining Political Tech & Civic Participation

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The internet has transformed industries ranging widely from music to travel to retail, but in 2013 the way we govern ourselves continues to conform to the practices that early citizen farmers would recognize. Technology is making it possible to fundamentally reframe the way we can engage with each other and with the representatives elected to represent us in government, but this potential to redefine governance practices is yet to be fully realized. This panel is a conversation between participants representing tech companies, academia and political campaigns about the future of technology, government and political engagement.
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Betsy Hoover

Dir of Online OrganizingObama for AmericaBetsy Hoover is an organizer by nature and training and has become passionate about the opportunity organizers have by finding and motivating people online.
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Ginny Hunt

Principal Strategy & Civic InnovationGoogleGinny Hunt is the Principal for Strategy and Civic Innovation at Google. She also leads Google’s Politics & Elections team, which works around the world to spur civic engagement, open societies and political innovation. Ginny was an early... Read More →
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Jennifer Pahlka

FounderCode for AmericaJennifer Pahlka is the founder and executive director of Code for America, which works with talented web professionals and cities around the country to promote public service and reboot government. Government Technology named her one of 2011’s Doers, Dreamers... Read More →

Sunday March 10, 2013 3:30pm - 4:30pm CDT
Austin Convention Center, Room 9ABC

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