High tech pushes the evolution of the election process as voter study guides proliferate online and election sites easily handle the results. Silicon Valley executives increasingly make donations to candidates that favor the tech industry. But Election Day on the Web isn't without its pitfalls, as demonstrated by ABCNews.com's mistaken posting of "complete" election results one day too soon.
Election sites avoid gridlock
update Unlike the bandwidth-taxing posting of the Starr report or John Glenn's space shuttle lift-off, election sites easily handle the surprising results.
Net helps voters cram
Election site jumps the gun
Tech's elite pony up