Lights, Camera, Action: Printelect Video Part II
Like we said in our previous post, we have been working on a special little something
Lights, Camera, Action: Printelect Company Video Part I
Printelect is making our film debut in a big way
Nassau County, New York used a website video to educate their electorate about using electronic voting machines, specifically the ES&S DS200. The short video entitled “Gone with the Levers” gives a brief history lesson with a Teddy Roosevelt stand in
The Mahoning County Board of Elections in Ohio has just replaced their election bags after 58 years. They had been using Korean War Army surplus satchels to carry election supplies to the precincts. The ticket for the 275 new bags
New Voter’s Choice Instructional Video!
Press play to see the assembly of the best election sign on the market!
Sneak Peak: Federal Voting Assistance Program Public Service Announcement
We recently found this sneak peak video while browsing on the Federal Voting Assistance Program's facebook fan page. The following copy was posted on the the FVAP fan page and accompanied the new video. Enjoy! Begin Original Content: Just as the pen is mightier
Voter’s Choice Roll-A-Vote Ballot Bag Video
Printelect introduces the Voter’s Choice Roll-A-Vote Ballot Bag product video. The Roll-A-Vote is great for election day supplies. Store your election stickers, election ballots, precinct supplies, ballot marking pens, name tags, signs and more! Purchase the Voter's Choice Roll-A-Vote Ballot Bag
Voter’s Choice Collapsible Ballot Box Video
Printelect introduces the Voter's Choice Collapsible Ballot Box product video. The Collapsible Ballot Box is great for election day supplies. Store your election stickers, election ballots, precinct supplies, ballot marking pens, name tags, signs and more! Purchase the Voter's Choice Collapsible
Pictures of flooding in the Printelect parking lot
The video and pictures below were taken at the Printelect office in New Bern, NC on September 30, 2010. After five days of rain, New Bern received 15.74" of water and the front parking lot of the Printelect office was