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DC event March 3 — Social Media, Data and Votes That Count

Thursday, March 3  – Social media, data and votes that count – changing electoral science

From the rising power of social media to the growing depth of voter data, the science of how to win elections is constantly evolving. PS21 discusses what the 2016 election has shown us so far and what will help determine its outcome. From idiosyncratic candidates to apps and doorstep campaigns, what will really determine who wins the White House? The discussion will be moderated by Peter Apps and the panel will include Frank Spring, Democratic political strategist and PS21 global fellow as well as Scott Talan,  Assistant professor at American University.

Thomson Reuters, 1333 H St., Northwest, Washington DC, 5:30 PM

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