Election Night Events

Some friends have been emailing, asking about events tomorrow night. My election night event will be to head over to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, right after we close the polls, guzzle some dinner, and prepare to process ballot boxes until about 3 a.m. So I won't see you at any of these. But here's a roundup from the emails I've gotten.

Join Cleveland Stonewall Democrats, HRC Cleveland and Equality Ohio and celebrate the election results Tuesday night.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2012 @ 7:30pm, after the polls close
Bounce Nightclub, 2814 Detroit, Cleveland

From state supreme court candidate Mike Skindell:
Please join me, along with State Representative Mike Foley, and State Representative Nickie Antonio for a campaign celebration and to watch the election returns tomorrow evening. We will be gathering after the polls close at 7:30 PM at:
P.J. McIntyre’s Irish Pub. 17119 Lorain Avenue Cleveland, OH 44111

What: Join Joyce Healy-Abrams for our Election Night Victory Party!
When: Beginning at 7:00pm -- until the results are in!
Where: 2645 Cleveland Ave NW, Unit #3, Canton, OH 44709
(Across the street from the Cleveland Ave post office)
Additional Details:
Brats-n-beverages will be provided.
We'll have a big screen TV set up for live coverage.
No need to RSVP, just stop on by!

Please join the Franklin County Democratic Party for an Election Night Celebration
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
6:00 PM Dinner Begins (optional)
7:30 PM Celebration Begins (after the polls close)
8:15 PM Program
9:00 PM Shuttle Bus to The Hilton Begins
The Boat House at Confluence Park
679 West Spring Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Dinner will be available at a cost of $17.95 per plate (optional).
Please call The Boat House at 614.469.0000 to make reservations.
***We are accepting monetary donations to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy. Please make checks payable to the American Red Cross***
Thank you to Columbus City Council Member Hearcel Craig for spearheading this effort!
There will also be a cash bar, food and live music!
Free shuttle rides will be provided between The Boat House and The Hilton
For more information, please contact the Franklin County Democratic Party at 614.229.5286.

From 2010 state auditor candidate David Pepper, who will most likely be on the statewide ballot again in 2014:
If you're anywhere near Columbus at the end of election day, be sure to stop by the Columbus Hilton to help celebrate victory. Sherrod Brown, Governor Strickland, and others (including a band) will all be there to watch the returns come in and celebrate some big wins for the nation and the state. I am hosting a Hospitality Suite in the Hilton--suite number 401--so stop by to watch the returns and catch up with others before the larger party in the ballroom gets started. Feel free to get there beginning around 7 p.m.

From the Hamilton County Democratic Party:
On election night, we will be celebrating at the same place we celebrated in 2008. It has a new name, Cincy's on Sixth, 41 E. Sixth St. Proceedings will begin once the polls close at 7:30 as we await the news that Ohio has indeed voted for President Obama once again and once again ended any doubt about the winner. Join us in celebration as Hamilton County puts the final nail in Romney's coffin and re-elects Senator Sherrod Brown!
Cash bar and food available.

From the Angela Zimmann for Congress campaign:
After all your support and dedication to this campaign, I want to thank you for helping us get to where we are today and invite you to our Election Night party. Everyone is welcome!
WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 6 starting at 7pm
WHERE: Sheet Metal Workers Local 33, 27430 Crossroads Parkway, Rossford

Montgomery County Democratic Party event, after the polls close
Montgomery County Democratic Headquarters
131 South Wilkinson Street, Dayton, OH 45402

Join the Belmont Cunty Democratic Part for Election Night 2012
Tuesday, November 6, 8:00 p.m.
Undo’s West, St. Clairsville
Food provided
Cash Bar

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