David Shor Speaks with Democrats Abroad

Campaigning in the pandemic: Data scientist David Shor talks to Democrats Abroad
With the election day just six months away, can data analytics tell us where we need to be by November 2020? How will the coronavirus pandemic change campaigning and polling? What are the best messages to use to persuade people to vote?

Find out more in our call with data scientist David Shor. As a young whiz on former President Barack Obama's data analytics team in the 2012 election, Shor predicted the results within 1 percentage point in all 50 states. He honed his skills in algorithms and polling working with Nate Silver, and today he works at Civis Analytics as the Head of Political Data Science. RSVP Below

When: Friday, May 22, 2020 at 9:30am Eastern Time (DC)
Where: Zoom call (RSVP below for the link)
Note: this is an online call, so you'll need an internet connection in order to attend.

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Thank you for your support - we look forward to you joining the webinar! Please send in your questions in advance by emailing CallTheWorld@democratsabroad.org.uk 

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May 22, 2020 at 9:30am - 10:30am Eastern
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