Where Are Tonight’s Candidate Parties?
Win or lose, today's primary candidates will be partying. But where? Here's the details.
Today is Wisconsin’s non-partisan primary, but that doesn’t you can’t join a party. Numerous candidates will be holding events to watch election results come in. Some will be celebrating, others will take the stage to announce bad news. Either way, it will be dramatic.
During the 2008 election cycle, I vividly remember one candidate taking the stage to announce “third place sucks.” It’s safe to say a lot of candidates will be feeling the same way tonight, even if they aren’t quite that honest about it. Others will be celebrating big wins.
Either way, the parties are always a good time. Below is a list of these events for candidates that appear on a city of Milwaukee ballot. People are likely to start gathering at these events well before the polls close at 8 p.m. (Oh yes, a reminder: polling places are open today until 8 p.m. If you need to register or have questions about the process, see the state’s My Vote Wisconsin site.)
The planned parties include:
Chris Abele – International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 494, 3303 S. 103rd St.
Chris Larson – Larson Campaign office, 2200 N. Doctor Martin Luther King Dr.
Joe Donald – O’Brien’s Pub, 4928 W. Vliet St.
JoAnne Kloppenburg – The Brink Lounge, 701 E. Washington Ave., Madison, WI
Rebecca Bradley – Revere’s Wells Street Tavern, 505 Wells St., Delafield, WI
Common Council – District 2
Common Council – District 6
Milele Coggs – 2201 N. Martin Luther King Dr.
Common Council – District 7
Common Council – District 8
Justin Bielinski – El Senorial, 1901 S. 31st St.
Common Council – District 9
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