Washington (CNN) - President Obama's top communications official is set to address the progressive Netroots Nation annual conference next week, another sign the White House is gearing up for the upcoming campaign and how seriously they take the online community.
Netroots Nation announced Monday that White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer will be their keynote speaker this year. The gathering of progressive activists and bloggers will hear an address from Pfeiffer which will also have question and answer session.
The conference is set to take place June 16th through June 19th in Minneapolis.
Other speakers slated on the agenda include: former White House environmental czar Van Jones, the new DNC chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman, Obama campaign national field director Jeremy Bird, former Wisconsin Sen. Russ Feingold, former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean and Minnesota officeholders Sen. Al Franken, Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Rep. Keith Ellison.