If you want to party with politicos tonight as they watch the election returns, here’s where you can find them:
The DFL Party will be at the Crowne Plaza St. Paul-Riverfront and the Republican Party will be at the Hilton Minneapolis/Bloomington in Bloomington.
If you’re more interested in the two proposed constitutional amendments, here’s where you can find the lead groups for and against those ballot measures:
Minnesota for Marriage, the main group working to pass the marriage amendment, will be at the Embassy Suites Minneapolis-Airport. Minnesotans United for All Families, the main group working to defeat the marriage amendment, will be at the St. Paul RiverCentre’s second floor ballroom.
ProtectMyVote.com, which is working to pass the voter ID amendment, will be at O’Gara’s Bar and Grill in St. Paul. Our Vote Our Future, which is working to defeat the voter ID amendment, will be at the St. Paul RiverCentre.
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