Monday, November 5, 2012

Get Off The Couch and Go Groove at Club Congress on Election Night

Posted on Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 1:19 PM

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The Election Party at Club Congress tomorrow night is probably the best way to wait for the results. The polls have been showing a very close race, and the road leading to tomorrow has been a stressful one. It's better to go out, grab some drinks, and listen to fun music as the who-the-hell-will-be-our-next-president countdown begins, instead of vegging out in your living room-. Especially if the results are unfavorable to your candidate, what better way to get over it (at least for the night) than with a pinneaple vodka or gin and tonic.

There will be a huge screen out on the patio for everyone to watch the live coverage, tasty snacks and those awesome drink specials Congress is known for. My guess is the party will be filled with Obama supporters because Romney simpaticos don't seem to have too much fun (but just know that the invitation is also open to you and please correct me if my assumption is wrong).

It also doesn't hurt that this is a free event. Remember though, things kick off at 6 p.m.

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