The tech-savvy (and even the tech-curious) among you may wish to mark your agenda when you arrive in Charleston.
At 8:30am Saturday morning, American Majority Action will be offering a special training. Yes, I know it's early and you'll be troubled to cut your partying early and be sure that you program your cell phone, the room alarm clock, and the hotel wake-up call system to be certain that you make this traning.
It'll be worth it, I promise. AMA trainings are always worthwhile, but this one has a little extra ooomph.
One of the things Drew Ryun will be delivering to you at the AMA training is a glimpse of the Political Gravity desktop/mobile voter database system. Using advanced routing algorithms, Political Gravity will be able to map the most efficient precinct walk for you... right on your mobile device. I've heard (but have not confirmed) that Political Gravity will be exhibiting at the RS Gathering, so you may wish to look around to see if you can spot a banner or booth in the hallway.
I had a chance to visit with the CEO of Political Gravity on Wednesday and we had an exciting conversation.
I've already gotten several emails asking where Political Gravity will fit in among rVotes, NationBuilder and the embarrassing wealth of good voter databases becoming available to aid the conservative effort. Alas, I've had to conclude that we lack information and it's too early to tell - we simply need a closer look.
But the fruit of conversations with many who have seen it and know its capabilities suggest that Political Gravity is well worth some very close study.
If you attend the AMA training session, you'll know before I do.
Wish I could be there!