Mobile Future

How Mobile Technologies are Changing the Political Landscape

Political campaigns this year are making innovative use ofmobile communications and new media to speak directly to voters.  The Mobile Future Coalition will examine thisphenomenon with a panel discussion at the National Press Club on Tuesday,October 14.  In addition, noted pollsterPeter Hart will discuss the impact of wireless communications on campaignpolling.

WHO:    PeterHart on political polling in the age of mobile communications

            Panelists on mobile communications,political campaigning and voter outreach:

                        Moderator:  Jonathan Spalter, Chairman, MobileFuture

                        Panelists:    JedAlpert – CEO, MobileCommons

                                          Michelle Mayorga – Rock the Vote, Mobile Programs

                                          CaseyO’Shea, DCCC National Field Director

                                         Katie Harbath, former Deputy eCampaignDirector, Giuliani for President

WHERE: NationalPress Club, 529 14thStreet NW, 13th Floor, Washington, DC20045

WHEN:  Tuesday,October 14, 2008, 12 – 2PM; luncheon served.

RSVP:   http://www.mobilefuture.org/elections

Mobile Future is a broad-basedcoalition of businesses, non-profit organizations and individuals interested inand dedicated to advocating for an environment in which innovations in wirelesstechnology and services are enabled and encouraged. Our mission is to educatethe public and key decision makers on innovations in the wireless industry thathave transformed the way Americans work and play and to advocate continuedinvestment in wireless technologies.