Young Sikh Makes Impact in Politics and Election 2004

October 6, 2004

Source: The Daily Northwestern

On October 6, 2004 The Daily Northwestern reported, "Northwestern alumnus Ravi Singh first became interested in politics when he was kicked out of military school as a teenager for refusing to remove his turban, a symbol of his religion. Almost 20 years later, Singh, 31, is co-founder and CEO of Election Mall Technologies, an online resource for Internet campaign tools and services. The company sells campaign Internet tools such as software and computer programs that help promote candidates and allow them receive donations online... Since founding Election Mall with his brother, Simer Singh, in 1999, Singh said that his faith and identity have helped him succeed."