PORTSMOUTH, N.H., Oct. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- No matter what your political persuasion we can agree: this election season has been the strangest of all. Even so, an opportunity exists to learn some lessons and make some changes regarding how we elect our political candidates. Web-Impac, a new software company located in Portsmouth New Hampshire (about 50 miles north of Boston), has developed an Internet voting system ready to replace the current antiquated system built decades ago before the Internet Age. Web-Impac is on the rise with a modern way to empower the will of the majority. "We get candidate choices we do not want when so few people vote in the primaries," says Captain Eric Robinson Cofounder and Chief Strategy Officer for Web-Impac. Adding "Our current voting systems do not recognize we are a busy and a mobile society and the narrow one-day window to vote is outdated." The consequence is the 30% who do consistently vote speak for the 70% who do not always have the opportunity.
Explained during a recent roundtable session, "Web-Impac will make it easier to vote over the Internet, allowing voters using their smartphone, desktop, or laptop, to cast their votes." Robinson added "with our Internet system you no longer need to take time off from work, drive across town, and wait in line to vote."
Web-Impac's Quic-Vote is encrypted and secure. Vote for City, State, and Federal officials while you are on the go from anywhere you have access to the Internet. Visit Web-Impac website and see how it works. Join Web-Impac on Facebook and add your voice to this new Idea and help us convince the skeptics that we need to start now to get the system in place for next presidential election.
Yes, your vote counts! Add your voice to this technology on Facebook and become the 800-pound gorilla that can't be ignored!
Sylvia R. Hampton
HAMPTON BATES PUBLIC RELATIONS
WEB-IMPAC (Division of Hampton Bates Public Relations)
Website: http://www.hamptonbates.com / http://webimpac.com/
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