ElectionMall Technologies, Inc. to Sponsor Personal Democracy Forum Conference: Ravi Singh to Speak on New Technologies for Campaigns

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NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. - May 16 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Campaign technology company, ElectionMall Technologies, Inc., today announced its sponsorship of the Personal Democracy Forum Conference. The event is taking place today at the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center in New York City. The second annual conference will bring together online technology experts and political insiders to discuss new trends in political technology. Ravi Singh, CEO and founder of ElectionMall Technologies, Inc., will be a featured speaker at the event.

"The Personal Democracy Forum Conference is sure to be an exciting and truly interactive event," explained Ravi Singh, CEO and founder of ElectionMall Technologies, Inc. "New Internet technologies are bringing citizens closer to their elected representatives than ever before. This event is a truly a celebration of voter empowerment."

Singh is scheduled to discuss how political insiders can streamline their organizations by adopting the latest Internet technologies.

The interactive conference will feature panel discussions, one-on-one interviews, workshops, and panel discussions with trailblazers in political technology. Included among the panelists will be campaign experts, academics, entrepreneurs, and online activists, among others. Scheduled topics of discussion include grassroots mobilization, online issue advocacy, current trends in the industry and more. Speakers will include New Jersey Senator John Corzine, South Dakota Senator John Thune, and syndicated columnist Arianna Huffington, among others.

Shots: CEO Ravi Singh will be available for interview during the conference. Please call Holly at (917) 579-2991 to schedule an interview or stop by ElectionMall's "Uncle Sam techy booth.

About ElectionMall Technologies, Inc.

Founded by Ravi Singh in 1999 and funded by Microsoft executive George Spix, ElectionMall Technologies, Inc. ( offers technologies to help candidates win elections. Singh, an expert in online campaigns, was recently named one of the "five new powerbrokers whose sites and bytes may well influence how you cast your ballot come November," USA Today Magazine. ElectionMall Technologies is a non-partisan company that has offices in Washington, D.C., Chicago and Los Angeles.

ElectionMall's products including, and, were utilized by both major political parties during the 2000, 2002 and 2004 election cycles. ElectionMall is an active member of the International, European and American Associations of Political Consultants.

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