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Votes are in from the Delaware tech community

A social media snapshot of local technologists doing their civic duty.

Right this way, your civic duty awaits. (Photo by Flickr user justgrimes, used under a Creative Commons license)

It’s Election Day and you’re at the edge of your seat. You’re worried about about the results and nothing can take your mind off the anxiety until the polls close. Here’s something to make you smile: This is what the state’s tech community looks like at the polls.
Here’s one from Melanie Augustin, head of school at Zip Code Wilmington:

Here’s another from Girl Develop It instructor Joni Trythall:
Here’s a more ambiguous one from Open Data Delaware cofounder Ryan Harrington:

Here’s a check-in from Delaware social media celebrity Ken Grant:

And finally, from the Horn Program in Entrepreneurship’s Mona Parikh:
Have you voted yet? Get to it!


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