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|Born||1987/1988 (age 30–31)|
|Known for||Conservative political activities in California|
Aaron Ginn is a Silicon Valley technologist who has worked in Republican party politics in Silicon Valley.
Ginn worked as part of the digital team for Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign. Following Romeny's defeat, Ginn, Garrett Johnson, and Chris Abrams formed Lincoln Labs, an organization which arranged informal gatherings for conservatives in Silicon Valley, and aimed to improve the Republican party's use of technology and social media. The organization also organized hackathons, funded by the Charles Koch Institute. Prior to the 2016 presidential election, the group changed its name to Lincoln Initiative. As of 2019 the organization uses the name Lincoln Network.
From 2013 to 2015 Ginn was elected Associate Delegate Representative for the California Republican Party. Ginn was the youngest elected member of the Executive Committee and Board of California.
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