Kevin Randall, writer for The New York Times, Vanity Fair and The Economist, on his recent articles on the use of neuro-science to better understand voters with examples from Mexico, Poland, Russia and Turkey and why some are calling this junk science and a threat.
Bryan Finney, Founder and CEO, DemocracyLive on rolling out web-based balloting to enable citizens overseas, military, and the disabled to vote and bringing this electronic resource to all voters in order to increase voter turnout.
Kevin Lee, CEO, We-Care.com and inventor of Sweeps4aCause.com a philanthropic sweepstakes concept to engage customers with an appeal to their selfish and altruistic sides in order to support non-profits and harvest contact information.
Paul Wilson, Chairman and CEO, Wilson Grand Communications on political tv ads and short form political video ads, reminders of campaign basics from working with a candidate for school board and insights about working with House Speaker Paul Ryan.
Brad Marston, Co-Founder and Partner, Four Tier Strategies talks about creating smart user aware web sites that engage voters in a personalized way, working with Matt Lynch and JD Winteregg in Ohio 2016 Congressional races, need to micro-target fundraising emails to maximize impact and value of NationBuilder data tools.
Josh Ginsberg, CEO, Zignal Labs shares observations about relevance of social and traditional media activity around the Donald Trump campaign, Ted Cruz's debate break-out performance, and how social media is changing the role of political parties and committees.