Session Type(s): Special Event
Starts: Saturday, Jul. 13 11:45 AM (Eastern)
Ends: Saturday, Jul. 13 1:00 PM (Eastern)
A lot has been made of the innovation and investments our Republican opponents have made in their data and technology systems, but one thing is clear: in order to stay competitive in a data world that has long been Democrats’ competitive advantage, we needed to evolve the way our progressive data ecosystem was structured. After more than a year of consultation with hard side partners—including state parties and sister committees—the DNC has entered into a partnership with the Democratic Data Exchange to allow real-time data sharing with partners around the political ecosystem. This is a game-changer for our entire progressive universe. Voter contact, digital data, media expenditures, disposition scores, and any number of other data sets can now be shared near-instantaneously. From IEs, labor unions, SuperPACs, and newly formed progressive groups, to electoral campaigns, the committees that drive national investment, and the state parties that are the infrastructure after a cycle has passed: everyone can all benefit from DDX, so come learn how.
This lunch and learn is presented by the DNC.