When it comes to the issues dear to Silicon Valley, technology-minded voters may not find the perfect match in either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.
"She wants to take us back to the 1990s and he wants to take us back to the 1890s — and tech wants to be in the 2050s," said Bradley Tusk, CEO of Tusk Ventures, a political strategy firm that works with tech companies.
Paul Holland, a general partner at Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm Foundation Capital, described Trump as a very divisive candidate, telling CNBC that Trump is "thought of as somebody who doesn't really represent the values of most of the people here in the Silicon Valley."
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