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When it comes to political theater, the tech community isn’t always center-stage. Often tech leaders prefer to quietly exercise political influence from the wings, with a few big exceptions.

But for those civic-minded members of the tech world who do wish to be heard, Twitter is typically the medium of choice. The 140-character platform offers a glimpse into what tech luminaries make of the 2016 race in its final hours.

We rounded up tweets from entrepreneurs, tech reporters, investors and other community leaders to hear their thoughts on the culmination of a long and bizarre election. We’ll update with more as the day unfolds.

Whistleblower Edward Snowden waxed philosophical.

New York Times tech reporter Farhad Manjoo took this opportunity to throw his hat in the ring.

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki and mogul Mike Bloomberg urged people to get to the polls.

Investor Chris Sacca is backing female candidates, current and future.

T-Mobile CEO John Legere endorsed voting and selfies.

Recode co-founder Kara Swisher tweeted some #FelinesForHer

Techmeme founder Gabe Rivera made an election coverage wishlist.

VC Nick Hanauer thinks Trump could spring for an open bar.

And Rover CTO Scott Porad voiced something many of us are thinking today.

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