Technology for Political Campaigns and Movements


The 2018 election cycle presents new opportunities to engage voters through online and digital means. Whether you're trying to help inform voters about candidates or ballot measures, mobilize political volunteers, or make your canvassing operations even more efficient, new technologies can help your campaign or grassroots organization achieve its political goals.

We're hosting a free webinar on February 22 to discuss the changing political tech landscape. Learn about the cutting edge technologies that are available to help progressives during 2018 elections and beyond.


  • Shola Farber is Chief Operating Officer for Tuesday Company, which is bridging the gap between digital and field organizing. She previously worked with the Obama Administration’s National Economic Council, POLITICO, and was a Regional Director for the Clinton Campaign in Michigan.

  • Alfred Johnson is the co-founder and CEO of MobilizeAmerica, a platform that allows progressive organizations, volunteers, and Democratic campaigns to connect and win. Alfred previously worked on President Obama's '08 campaign, in the Treasury Department, the White House, and in technology and finance.

  • Alex Niemczewski is CEO and co-founder of BallotReady, an award-winning voter guide to every race and referendum on the ballot. She was recognized in Crain’s Chicago Business “20 in their 20’s” list, Techweek100, and as a Bluhm/Helfand Social Innovation Fellow.

  • Julie Palakovich Carr is CEO and co-founder of Victory Guide, a digital campaign manager for down ballot candidates. Julie is the youngest woman ever elected to the Rockville City Council in Maryland and is currently serving her second term. She is also a candidate for the Maryland State House.

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