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Announcing Google PdF Scholarships

BY Anthony Russomano | Monday, April 23 2007

We're excited to announce that PdF and Google have teamed up to offer registration scholarships for 40 qualified political professionals that cover the full cost of the Personal Democracy Forum conference on May 18th and the unConference on May 19th.

If you're a campaign staffer blazing a new trail in online politics, a non-profit professional trying new technologies with great results, or an activist with ideas about the next big thing to change elections, you should apply!

Successful applicants will receive free admissions to the conference based on professional experience, passion for politics, and an interest in the use of technology.

You can go here to apply for the scholarship.

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