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Vote first, party afterwards. A guide to Bay Area Election Night 2012 parties & freebies.
By - posted 11/4/2012

Election Day FreebiesThe big battle for the White House is finally here! 

It’s Obama vs. Romney in the 2012 Presidential Election and the Bay Area is a hotbed of political action and activity, so there’s plenty of ways to get involved and lots of parties for watching election night coverage.

Also be ready for potential spontaneous street parties in San Francisco (especially in the Castro and outside The Independent on Divisadero) if it turns out Obama wins.

Tuesday, October 13

“Comedy for Good” Democratic Debate Watch Party | Mission Dist.
Tuesday, October 13 – 6:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Free, but an RSVP is required.
| Skylark Bar

Fresh off their Saturday Night Live and Late Show with Stephen Colbert appearances, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders (plus Martin O’Malley, Jim Webb and Lincoln Chafee) will square off at the first Democratic Debate next week.
Please join Comedy for Good to watch the first #2016Election …

Bay Area for Bernie Democratic Debate Watch Party | Alameda
Tuesday, October 13 – 6:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Totally free but guests should RSVP as seating is limited to 400.
| Michaan's Auction House Theater
Bay Area for Bernie Democratic Debate Watch Party | Alameda

Join hundreds of other Bernie supporters from throughout the Bay Area and watch the first Democratic Debate together in Michaan’s spectacular 400 seat art-deco theater on Alameda Point.
Emcee for the evening will be Josh Kornbluth, a monologuist, filmmaker, and occasional talk-show host who lives in …


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