Well, folks, the time has finally come.
After a truly bizarre presidential race — one driven more by personality than policy — it’s time to elect the 45th president of the United States.
The 2016 election had a little bit of everything: plagiarized speeches, promises of a great new wall, FBI intrigue, email servers and one lewd “Access Hollywood” tape.
It’s safe to say that the majority of Americans are walking out of this election feeling absolutely disgusted, and while last-minute polls are giving an edge to Hillary Clinton, close watchers of American history know just about anything can happen on election day.
And that outcome could have a dramatic impact on the technology industry.
Given that, we thought it was time to ask our geeky readers who they are voting for this election. Cast your vote below, and let us know in the comments how you think the candidate you support can better shape the innovation economy.
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