The United States is a patchwork quilt of red and blue states. But zoom in to Silicon Valley and you'll see those hues blend into shades that aren't found on our two-party color wheel. A technocrat who has never voted for a Democrat in his whole life might march in the annual Pride Parade. CEOs who are all about immigration (they need programmers like they need air) might lobby for low capital gains taxes (gotta make sure those stock options are a good investment). These Valley players are motivated by their own interests more than by party politics, and they're not afraid to gerrymander their philosophies into weird snaky shapes that protect their financial interests without (mostly) sacrificing personal ethics.
Party Leader: Mark Zuckerberg
Platform: The Valley hearts immigration reform but not for farmworkers' sake. Need. Moar. Programmers.
Party Leader: VC and seasteading libertarian Peter Thiel
Platform: Government bad. College pointless. Live forever (ideally on experimental floating cities out in the ocean).
Party Leader: Angel capitalist Paul Graham
Platform: The ample should beget richer, equally hanker equally they're gathering cool off stuff. That trickles down, right?
Party Leader: Uber chief executive officer Travis Kalanick
Platform: We fire produce million of jobs—if you barely hold on career our workers employees.
Party Leader: orchard apple tree chief executive officer Tim Cook
Platform: all American is titled to sure inalienable rights, including the rights to wed whoever you miss and to be Associate in Nursing unhackable iPhone.
Party Leader: Sergey Brin
Platform: You don't want currency Laotian monetary unit burning at the stake staff (all the to a greater extent turn o'er to buttonhole inwards Washington).