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What does the future of campaign technology look like?

The Campaigns & Marketing Summit is seeking answers, Nov. 13 at the National Press Club.

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How should political campaigns use Periscope? What about Snapchat? Who are the millennials, exactly?
These questions and more will be discussed by campaign managers, technologists, public relations specialists and the media at the Campaigns & Marketing Summit here in D.C. on Nov. 13.
This national conference, “focused on the convergence of marketing, technology and campaigns,” will be co-produced by Potomac Tech Wire together with Capitol Communicator and Campaigns & Elections. The event will be held at the National Press Club downtown.
If campaign technology, social media or marketing are in your wheelhouse you can register to attend the conference right now.

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