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4 technologies that will decide the next US president

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Welcome to the first edition of our Election Tech 2016 newsletter. The 2016 US presidential race could be the most technologically innovative election in history. We plan to cover the campaigns' digital strategies, the correlation between social media and American politics, the game-changing technologies, and the strategists and pundits to follow. Thanks for subscribing! - Dan Patterson, Senior Writer/TechRepublic

Election Tech 2016: The 4 technologies that will decide the next US president

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