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Geek the Vote 2008

Geek the Vote 2008 The 2008 Presidential election process has grabbed everyone's attention—even a techie type magazine like Popular Mechanics. Despite its inappropriate name, the site attempts to cover where each candidate stands (or stood, since many have already left the race) on issues of
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Geek the Vote 2008


The 2008 Presidential election process has grabbed everyone's attention—even a techie type magazine like Popular Mechanics. Despite its inappropriate name, the site attempts to cover where each candidate stands (or stood, since many have already left the race) on issues of interest with a focus on science and technology. It could serve as a research tool for students preparing reports on the candidates. The site also offers related election news as well.

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Mark Hannah

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