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Inventions and Elections

As the Nevada Caucus approaches this Saturday, we thought we’d offer some trivial tidbits about the mix of inventions and elections. (And if you don’t believe there is such a connection, consider this: Thomas Edison’s first patent was for a voting machine!)

Here are a few for you:

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