Election Day & Banking Culture: A DealBreaker Reader Poll

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Lots of Wall Street firms—especially Goldman Sachs—like to talk up a good game about how civic minded they are. But voting in New York City can often be a time-consuming task, and time is something that is in short supply for a lot of people in the investment community. From a brief survey of some of our contacts, it seems a lot of people just aren’t going to vote. So we’re wondering what allowances your firm makes for voting on election day. Are you planning on voting? Who are you voting for?
That’s too many questions for one poll, so we’ll boil it down to one and let you vote multiple times. The question: what’s the deal with the election? (And, of course, free free to leave detailed explanations for why you failed to vote in comments below.)