Election 2013 | Mayoral candidates bring election night parties to Capitol Hill — UPDATE: More parties

Hill revelers pop the cork on Election Night 2012 (Image: CHS)

Hill revelers pop the cork on Election Night 2012 (Image: CHS)

Capitol Hill clearly knows — 20122008 — how to do election night. Tuesday, incumbent Mike McGinn and challenger Ed Murray will be only a few blocks away from each other on E Pike as the mayoral candidates watch the first returns come in just after 8:15 PM. Meanwhile, Socialist candidate Kshama Sawant, who has made a surprisingly effective run for the Seattle City Council seat of longtimer Richard Conlin, is also planning a Capitol Hill party. Details on the free and open-to-the-public events are below.

Capitol Hill Election Night 2013 Parties

  • Mike McGinn at 95 SlideInfo
    722 E Pike, 6 PM — “Come join us at 95 Slide on Election night to watch the results come in!”
  • Ed Murray at Neumos Info
    925 E Pike, 7 PM — “State Sen. Ed Murray has represented Seattle’s 43rd Legislative District in the legislature since 1995 and currently serves as the Senate Majority Leader.”
  • Kshama Sawant at Melrose Studios Info
    1532 Minor Ave. below the Melrose Market, 6 PM — “After a months-long campaign that has seen nationally unprecedented success for an openly socialist candidate, supporters, volunteers, and staff will gather election night to see whether that success culminates in a victory for Kshama Sawant.”
  • Courtney Gregoire at Sole RepairInfo
    1001 E Pike, 7 PM 1385361_605047636220416_571844578_n
  • Dow Constantine at Lost LakeInfo
    1505 10th Ave, 6 PM — “Lost Lake is hosting King County Executive Dow Constantine’s at 7pm, and we’ll have all the election coverage on our TV’s. “

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