On Hill, candidates make last primary push, plan election night parties

Murray from the Cure kitchen (Image: CHS)

Murray from the Cure kitchen (Image: CHS)

State Senator and candidate for Seattle mayor Ed Murray met with owners of businesses  near Cal Anderson Park Monday as part of a tour of the neighborhood with the Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce as the race to be part of the primary “top two” moved into its final hours. Any procrastinators and/or last-minute undecideds can see CHS’s coverage of the primary races here. Below, we offer yet another measure by which to judge the candidates — here are the locations for the planned primary election night parties for the top four candidates. Let us know if you’ve heard about parties for other candidates or the other races on the all-mail ballot due Tuesday. Happy voting.

  • Mike McGinn — 95 Slide — Capitol Hill:

    Primary Election Night Party
    95 Slide — 6 to 10 PM
    Come celebrate our diverse coalition of supporters for the mayor’s re-election campaign on election night. This is an all-ages event.

     

  • Ed Murray — The Crocodile — Belltown:

Interested members of the press are welcome to attend the Murray for Mayor primary night party at the Crocodile in Belltown. Election night results are expected to be announced around 8:15 pm; Murray will speak sometime after. Members of the press who have election night questions should contact campaign consultant Sandeep Kaushik at the number listed above.

Details of the Murray Election Night Party are as follows:

Ed Murray for Seattle Mayor Primary Night Party
Tuesday, August 6 7 pm – 10 pm
The Crocodile
2200 2nd Ave. in Belltown

 

  • Peter Steinbrueck — China Harbor — South Lake Union:

    WHAT: Mayoral Candidate Peter Steinbrueck’s Election Night Celebration
    WHERE: China Harbor, 2040 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
    WHEN: Tuesday (Election Night), August 6th, from 7 pm to 9 pm
    Food provided; Cash bar; Donations Gratefully Accepted

     

  • Bruce Harrell — Mt. Baker Community Club — Mount Baker

    7:00pm until 9:30pm
    Mt. Baker Community Club – 2811 Mt Rainier Dr. S.
    Join us on Primary Election Night to celebrate all of our hard work on the Bruce Harrell for Mayor campaign. First returns of voter results expected to be announced just after 8:15pm.

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3 thoughts on “On Hill, candidates make last primary push, plan election night parties

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  2. Does anyone know the best place to find election night results online? I can’t get out tonight and don’t have a television. (I’m not sure if CHS Blog will post them–seems a little outside the mission statement). Thanks.