It’s here! Only once every four years does DC take a moment to enjoy the months of hard campaigning, client hand-holding, deadline crushing nights that turned the city and country into a turmoil. Election night is full of ups and downs, shocking swings and, if you’re watching CNN, holographic maps. But, one thing is for certain, there will be plenty of drinking on both sides of the aisle. So with your vote cast, the only question left is where will you be tomorrow night?

FamousDC can be spotted at Campaigns & Elections at Kelly’s Irish Times and Cloture Club’s party at George tomorrow, both of which we are sponsoring. Our top choices are below.

  • Cloture Club's Election Night Party

    Party with FamousDC & Cloture Club tomorrow night at George. RSVP on Facebook for free drinks 8-9pm. Come early for the results, stay late for the fun.

    Doors open at 8pm.

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  • Campaigns & Elections' Election Night 2012

    Kelly’s Irish Times is one hot ticket for tomorrow night’s Election Night 2012 hosted by Campaigns & Elections. Everything from big screens to Ben & Jerry’s to alcohol will be there to get you through the evening.

    Must RSVP. Use the hashtag #PartyDC.

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  • Center Forward's Election Results Watch Party

    Is there anywhere better to party than Hill Country? We think not.

    Must RSVP. Party starts at 6pm.

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  • POLITICO's Election Night Celebration

    Always a favorite stop, POLITICO will have live commentary from its top reporters, interactive election centers and plenty of liquor to take the edge off. All at the Newsuem – definitely a place worthy of a historic night.

    Must RSVP. Party starts at 8pm.

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  • Liberty on the Rock's Election Night Watch Party

    Get on the list for Tuesday’s Liberty on the Rock’s party – guranteed to fill Black Finn with fun and plenty of young politicos.

    Must RSVP. Party starts at 6:30pm.

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  • Union Pub

    This political standby will have plenty of drink specials to drown your sorrows or to celebrate depending on what the results (and your boss) calls for.

    Expect festivities to begin around 7 PM. Hill workers may start filing in just after work, so come early to find a seat.

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  • Lounge 201

    Sip half-price “red state” and “blue state” martinis all night and listen to ’80s hits while watching the results. The bar’s backroom is booked, but the plasma TV in the front bar will be tuned into the coverage without sound – an added bonus if you don’t want to hear pundits and pollsters all evening.

    4 PM to closing.

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  • Bourbon

    In the name of life, liberty and the pursuit of our nationa’s “native spirit,” Bourbon will hold an all-day happy hour, dinner specials and of course, candidate-inspired drinks.

    The real fun goes from 5 PM to 2 AM.

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  • Sonoma Restaurant & Wine Bar

    Open all day (wet lunch, anyone?), Sonoma will have plenty of viewing areas in their restaurant and upstairs lounge. Stop by and fill out your predictions for the chance to win prizes, including a free dinner at the delicious wine bar. Even if you don’t win anything, the drink specials are worth it.

    Seating is on a first come, first serve basis so reservations are suggested.

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  • Busboys & Poets

    A local hot spot, stop by Busboys for plenty of TV screens, debate and good food.

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