Democratic National Convention Gets a Little Idol with Some New Technology

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ElectionMall Showcases VoterSpace with Voter-Made Obama Cards Educating Thousands on New Technology at the Conventions.

We understand that the Internet can empower certain campaign behaviors, and on-demand technology allows us to be creative and increase participation, even by direct mail. Why send thousands of cards when one card from your friend or family member can be more impacting and powerful?

The Democratic National Convention is seeing a few firsts -- voters can now send direct mail from a website that supports their pick of candidate. ElectionMall's brain child, VoterSpace, is a place where voters can circulate widgets for favorite candidates and send their own "eYardsign" or electronic messages via the web. ElectionMall, a pioneer in the campaign industry since 2000, is circulating their VoterSpace concept at their 3rd Democratic National Convention. VoterSpace is a single location in virtual space where candidates can interact with voters and voters can interact with candidates. VoterSpace makes it possible for hundreds of candidates to have a web presence in minutes.

Who better to introduce VoterSpace than former American Idol contestant Antonella Barba, whose popularity won her more votes than most politicians? Voters simply click on the greeting card and send on-demand print cards to friends and supporters via this website and through U.S. Post, delivered within three days.

The marketing site, Antonella.VoterSpace.com introduces voters of all ages to the latest technology for both campaigns and voters. "When we started this eight years ago, people thought we were crazy. Now, an online presence is a must, and participation in raising funds and grassroots mobilization isn't a joke, but a must have." Ravi Singh, CEO and founder of ElectionMall.com.

ElectionMall.com's booth is experiencing long lines of students and tour groups interested in the "new ways to participate" in the political process. See what the buzz is about on the New Mexico Democratic Party Website, http://www.nmdemocrats.org, where visitors are testing out the VoterSpace and posting Obama Greeting Cards.

"We understand that the Internet can empower certain campaign behaviors, and on-demand technology allows us to be creative and increase participation, even by direct mail. Why send thousands of cards when one card from your friend or family member can be more impacting and powerful?" explains Barba.

In the 2008 election cycle's rise of the social networking sites, ElectionMall provides everyday campaigns with the technology used by presidential campaigns, giving them access to millions of voters previously out of reach. ElectionMall.com has created yet another groundbreaking first for campaign tactics that feeds the democracy process. For more information, visit http://www.eyardsigns.com.

ElectionMall is a campaign technology company that brings candidates every campaign tool needed for success. ElectionMall's products and services cover everything required for running a campaign, including building a website, managing a campaign, raising funds, generating awareness, and shopping for its promotional products, eliminating the need for any other vendor. It is a "one-stop shop" for every campaign need.

About ElectionMall, Inc.
ElectionMall Inc., established in 1999, is a world leader in providing Internet-based non-partisan solutions for elections and campaigns, effectively utilizing technology and business expertise to enable candidates, advocacy groups, or nonprofits to generate enhanced gains in awareness, funds, and votes. From their eight years in the campaign and election industry, ElectionMall has identified over 54 different campaign behaviors and has categorized them into five specific product offerings of: Build, Manage, Raise, Promote and Shop. ElectionMall's complete product offering successfully encompasses the entire life-cycle of a political campaign. ElectionMall is headquartered in Washington, D.C. with offices in Chicago and Los Angeles. For more information, visit http://www.electionmall.com or call 1-888-WEB-2-WIN (932-2946).

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