Election 2018: Midterm election watch parties in Charlotte

The grassroots enthusiasm and high-profile endorsements have helped a record number of voters (so far) turn out for this year’s midterm election cycle. With the finish line in sight, now is a good time to start making plans for where you’ll celebrate (or grieve) Tuesday’s election results.

See the list below for election night watch parties. It’s a work in progress, so check back for updates through Election Day. Know of others that should be listed? Let us know.

WFAE Midterm Election Results Party

Divine Barrel Brewing, 3701 N. Davidson St., Suite 203
6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Watch the results with WFAE staff and friends. There will be food from Ace of Spuds food truck, a new WFAE-themed beer and more.

Mecklenburg County Democrats Election Night Watch Party

Slate Charlotte, 200 E. Bland St.
7 to 11 p.m.

Enjoy music, food and friends with the Blue Wave. This official Democratic Party event is hosted by the Young Democrats of Mecklenburg County.

MeckGOP Election Night Watch Party

SMS Catering, 1764 Norland Rd.
7 p.m.

The official Republican Party event will have free BBQ, a cash bar and a private “war room” for campaigns to monitor election results. RSVPs are requested.

Urban League of Central Carolinas Young Professionals Midterm Election Watch Party

STATS Restaurant & Bar, 3425 David Cox Rd.
7 to 10 p.m.

Join the YPs for food, drinks and politics as election results roll in.

Alma Adams Election Night Watch Party

The Wine Loft, 2201 South Blvd.
7:30 p.m.

Supporters will gather to see if the Congresswoman will be victorious against her Republican opponent, Paul Wright, for the 12th district. RSVPs are requested.

Jyoti’s World Cuisine Election Night Watch Party

Jyoti’s World Cuisine, 7128-A Albemarle Rd.
7:30 to 10 p.m.

Watch results unfold with members of Charlotte’s vegan and vegetarian community.

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