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Tech makes its mark at the ballot box

The technology industry could be the winner in this year's round of elections. Also, tech steps into the voting booth--and into the political fray.

roundup The technology industry could be the winner in this year's round of elections. Also, tech steps into the voting booth--and into the political fray.


The Republican Party's gains at the polls could be good news for the technology industry--and bad news for a controversial copyright bill.
November 6, 2002


update A touch-screen machine goes on the fritz and optical scanners fail, but state officials credit computer technology with delivering a smooth election.
November 6, 2002


Most candidates still aren't taking full advantage of the Internet, but election experts say politicians are slowly catching on to the Web's power as a get-out-the-vote medium.
November 5, 2002


Despite the downturn in information technology spending, tech companies continue to throw big bucks at federal political campaigns, though not as much as in 2000.
November 5, 2002