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I’d be lying if I said that a politician’s technology policies didn’t weigh heavily into my decision whether or not to vote for him (or HER, God bless America!). Thankfully, Popular Mechanics has broken all the respective candidates science and technology policies down into bite-size digestables.

The categories include Auto, Digital/Tech, Energy/Climate, Environment, Gun Control, Infrastructure, Science/Education, and Space. Not every candidate has a policy in every category but most are pretty well represented.

Election 2008 Science and Technology Policies [Popular Mechanics]

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