Some anonymous guy (right) got to drink with city council candidate Michael Maddux (left) on primary election night. Tonight, you could be so lucky!
Some anonymous guy (right) got to drink with city council candidate Michael Maddux (left) on primary election night. Tonight, you could be so lucky! SECB

The Stranger Election Control Board's favorite thing—second only to Savage's cocaine drawer—is getting drunk with city council candidates and political consultants on election night.

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Below are all the parties we could find that are happening on Election Night, including some for people who really do not like us (hi, Bill Bradburd!). We'll be at a bunch of them, although probably not the school board one because seriously. For a list of all of these parties that's complete with maps and other nifty things, see our Things To Do calendar.

City Council District 1 (West Seattle)

Lisa Herbold: Highland Park Improvement club, 7 p.m.

Shannon Braddock: Talarico's, 7 p.m.


City Council District 2 (Southeast)

Tammy Morales: The Royal Room, 7 p.m.

Bruce Harrell: TBD—let us know, Bruce! Harrell's campaign says he's not having a party, but might be at the Move Seattle event (see below).


City Council District 3 (Capitol Hill, Central District)

Kshama Sawant: Melrose Market Studios, 6 p.m.

Pamela Banks: Tougo Coffee, 7 p.m.


City Council District 4 (Northeast)

Michael Maddux: Tutta Bella, 7 p.m.

Rob Johnson: Pub at Third Place, 7 p.m.


City Council District 5 (North)

Sandy Brown: Lantern Brewery, 7 p.m.

Debora Juarez: Seattle Drum School of Music, 7 p.m.


City Council District 6 (Northwest)

Mike O'Brien: Peddler Brewing, 7 p.m.

Catherine Weatbrook: Crown Hill Center, 7 p.m.


City Council District 7 (downtown, Magnolia, Queen Anne)

Sally Bagshaw: Belltown Community Center, 7 p.m. (Bagshaw is co-hosting this party with Tim Burgess and Jeanne Kohl-Welles)

Deborah Zech-Artis isn't having a party, which is probably a good idea for everyone involved.


City Council Position 8 (citywide)

Tim Burgess: Belltown Community Center, 7 p.m. (with Bagshaw and Kohl-Welles)

Support The Stranger

Jon Grant: Bar Sue, 7 p.m.


City Council Position 9 (citywide)

Lorena González: The Rendezvous Seattle, 7 p.m.

Bill Bradburd: Call the campaign for location (206-518-9303), 6:30 p.m.


City Initiative 122: Honest Elections Seattle

Pro: Grim's, 6:30 p.m.


City Proposition 1: Let's Move Seattle levy

Pro: Belltown Pub, 7 p.m.

Anti: 125th Street Grill, 7:15 p.m.


County Proposition 1: Best Starts for Kids levy

Pro: Clever Bottle, 7 p.m.


Initiative 1401: Paul Allen's endangered animals thing

Pro: Sole Repair Shop, 7:30 p.m.


King County Council District No. 6

Claudia Balducci: Tutta Bella-Crossroads (Bellevue), 7 p.m.


King County Council District No. 4

Jeanne Kohl-Welles: Belltown Community Center, 7 p.m. (with Bagshaw and Burgess)


Port of Seattle Position No. 5:

Fred Felleman: The Edgewater, 7:30 p.m.


Seattle School District No. 1, District Director No. 3

Jill Geary: Varlamos Pizzeria, 7 p.m.

Yes, we know some parties aren't on here yet. That's because we have yet to hear from those candidates or campaigns about their plans. We'll update with more party info as it arrives.

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