highlighting good tech for the civic space

Lincoln Network turns four years old this year. What started out as a monthly hang out among policy-minded Silicon Valley types is now a national organization advocating for better tech in all areas of civic life.

As Lincoln grew, we kept hearing the same apprehensive armchair quarterbacking from causes and campaigns of all shapes and sizes. The root of the problem is a lack of understanding of the needs of a modern political organization and the expected outcomes of technology. This information asymmetry prevents causes and campaigns from making a rational choice on technology. …

Aaron Ginn

Growth is fun. I study people, habits, and beliefs. Co-founder of Lincoln Network. Former: Romney, StumbleUpon, & Everlane. Believe in One greater than myself.

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