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Silicon Valley is freaking out about the election right now

 

 

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The election is starting to make Silicon Valley very, very, nervous.

As the race tightened Tuesday night, members of Silicon Valley’s elite took to Twitter to freak out along with everyone else.

Shervin Pishevar, cofounder of venture capital firm Sherpa Capital, an investor in some of the biggest names in tech, including Uber, Airbnb and Slack, tweeted that if Trump wins he would start funding a campaign for California to become its own country. 

Others were quick to chime in. Path founder Dave Morin quickly chimed in with his support and offered to partner on the effort.

Elsewhere, Jason Calcanis was freaking out about the New York Times’ real-time election forecasts.

And Box CEO Aaron Levie was equally frustrated with 538 founder Nate Silver’s predictions.

Sam Altman, head of the influential startup incubator Y Combinator was just all around nervous. 

Andreesen Horowitz’z Benedict Evans was ready to give up on Twitter entirely.

Google Ventures general partner M.G. Siegler was starting to sound despondent. 

Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield just wants it to be over.

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