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It's Super Tuesday: Vote Early, Vote Often!

Among other things, this election could have a profound effect on the technology industry and the prospects of small and midsize businesses. It's up to you who you vote for, but please, if you live in a Super Tuesday state, please make sure to vote.

Among other things, this election could have a profound effect on the technology industry and the prospects of small and midsize businesses. It's up to you who you vote for, but please, if you live in a Super Tuesday state, please make sure to vote.If you still can't decide who to for, here are some links that might help you make a selection:

SMALL BUSINESS

Politics Online: Hard get info on small business policies

Forbes.com: No candidate is courting small business

BusinessWeek: Who is the "small business" President?

National Association of the Self Employed (NASE): ElectionWatch 2008

Reuters: American Small Business League says Presidential candidates ignore small business issues

Small Business Review:< How do Presidential candidates' agendas stack up for small business

TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE

Popular Mechanics: Geek the vote 2008

InformationWeek: Tech CEOs Try to influence innovation policies of presidential candidates

Physics Today: Presidential candidates speak out on science policies

TechPresident: How the candidates use the Web, and how the Web is using them

TechCrunch: Interview with Mitt Romney on technology issues

Now go out there and vote.

Your country thanks you.

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