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Friday, June 17, 2011

Voting Goes Viral. Using New Media to Manage an Election and Communicate with Voters


09:00 AM - 05:00 PM EAC
1225 New York Avenue, NW, Suite 150
Washington, DC, 20005



This roundtable was webcast live and featured a Twitter fall

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The purpose of the roundtable is to host a discussion that will ultimately contribute to the public having credible, reliable and timely social media sources about elections. We will discuss the basic premise of social media outlets that will include an overview about demographics, trends and the overall culture. Journalists will offer their perspective about how they use social media as a reporting tool, and election officials will discuss their experiences.

Agenda & Discussion Questions

Participants

Martin Austermuhle -- DCist.com senior editor
Chris Chambless—Clay County, Florida, supervisor of elections
Dana Chisnell -- the Usability in Civic Life Project
Alysoun McLaughlin -- District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics public affairs manager
Brian Newby -- Johnson County, Kansas, election commissioner
Lee Rainie -- Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life project director
Chuck Todd -- NBC News political director (scheduled to attend at 1 p.m.)
 

 

 

 

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