MONTERREY, Mexico (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — ElectionMall Technologies, Inc. (www.electionmall.com), a non-partisan leading provider for campaigns and elections technology worldwide headquartered in Washington D.C., has launched the first website of its kind in Mexico to provide services, tools, and products to candidates, political organizations, and voters in anticipation of the upcoming 2006 Mexican elections.

Ravi Singh, CEO and founder of ElectionMall Technologies, was in Monterrey, Mexico inaugurating the launching of the website, while he was speaking at the Technology Institute of Monterrey seminar on “Election Campaigns and New Forms of Communication in the year 2006.”

The launching of the new Mexican website (www.electionmall.com.mx) comes three months after the opening of ElectionMall’s first international office in Monterrey, Mexico through a partnership with Publicum Estrategias (http://www.publicum.com.mx/), a renowned political consulting firm in Northern Mexico that has over ten years of experience working with candidates, non-profits, government officials looking to influence or improve their positioning from a public affairs perspective.

“We’re very enthusiastic about our website launch,” said Singh. “The Mexican political and electoral system is very interested about our tools and will give a competitive advantage to the candidates who adopt them.”

The same technology that was utilized in 2000 and 2004 elections by political campaigns in the United States will now be available as the ElectionMall Mexican website offers the opportunity to increase interactivity and communication between candidates and voters through the sending of eYardsigns(r) to their friends, which will stimulate voter participation and activism in the upcoming election.

Other tools that will be utilized in Mexico include ElectionMall’s eCampaignPal(r) and the eNewsletter. The eCampaignPal allows campaigns to update their website through their phone to communicate news and campaign messages through audio messages to supporters and potential voters. The eNewsletter is a free political tool, which will allow the interchange of opinions between the leading political consultants throughout Mexico.

ElectionMall is offering flexible and affordable packages to candidates, which include domain acquisition, domain hosting, the creation and design of a website, online tools, fundraising strategies, Internet advertising, and specialized services to Get-out-the-Vote.

The pricing for these packages and individual services is developed within the scope of the budget of each candidate, so that every candidate can take advantage of the benefits of technology by reaching the 17% of the Mexican population that is online.

“Our operations in Mexico are ready to service and solve the campaign and elections growing hunger for technology,” said Singh. “We’re very happy to be the first ones to participate in this historic step on the Internet and in the Mexican politics.”

About ElectionMall(TM) Technologies, Inc.

ElectionMall(TM) Technologies, Inc, established in 1999, is a world leader in providing Internet-based non-partisan solutions for elections & campaigns and effectively utilizes technology & business know-how to enable candidates, organizations and other elected officials to generate enhanced gains in awareness, funds & votes. ElectionMall Technologies, Inc. provides a unique “one-stop-shop” approach to clients ranging from the last two presidential races to local school board elections. ElectionMall Technologies, Inc. has over 63 International Patents and most recently has qualified as the only “registering authority” (RA) for digital certificates for elections world wide.

ElectionMall Technologies, Inc. is also a member of the European Association of Political Consultants (EAPC), American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC), and the International Association of Political Consultants (IAPC) with offices in Washington, D.C., Chicago and Los Angeles.

For more information, please visit http://www.electionmall.com.

News issued by: ElectionMall Technologies Inc.

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Original Story ID: (1082) :: 2005-12-1207-003

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