Lincoln Labs Announces Sen. Rand Paul and Cong. Cathy McMorris Rodgers as keynote speakers.
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Thursday, May 22nd, 2014
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Lincoln Labs Announces Keynote Speakers and Opening of Registration for Annual Conference - Reboot

(San Francisco, CA) Today, Lincoln Labs, a leading political technology organization announced the opening of registration for their first annual conference: Reboot. The conference will be held in San Francisco this July 18-20th at the W Hotel.

To register for Reboot, please visit our website at Reboot is a premier gathering of conservatives and libertarians from the political, policy and technology worlds. All tech demos and discussions will focus on how best to apply innovative ideas to our country’s biggest problems.

Lincoln Labs also announced that Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) and Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) will participate in the conference as our keynote speakers. We believe that both Senator Paul and Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers will provide unique and compelling visions for how technology can improve governance in the 21st century.

“With the addition of Senator Paul and Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers, the Reboot Conference will provide attendees with first-hand exposure to two of Washington’s leaders and prominent thinkers on the issues of the day,” Garrett Johnson, co-founder of Lincoln Labs said.

"I am thrilled that I will be able to attend Lincoln Labs during their upcoming conference in California. I look forward to engaging the tech community and continuing our mission of growing the Republican Party," said Senator Paul.

Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers added, “I’m very pleased to take part in the first-ever Reboot conference with so many of America’s preeminent thinkers and innovators. As Chair of the House Republican Conference, my goal is to utilize technology to broaden our audience and engage the American people on the issues that affect them. In today’s 21st century innovation of economy, the nexus of politics and technology is an invaluable one. I applaud Lincoln Labs for challenging lawmakers t think more creatively about public policy, and I am looking forward to participating in this important conversation.”

In conjunction with the conference, Reboot will host its latest hackathon at Causes in California – bringing together technologists to devise and develop working tools over the course of a 24-hour period. Lincoln Labs is offering a $10,000 prize for the winning team. Participants may register for the hackathon at
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