Four Election Night Victory Parties in Phoenix

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Wanna celebrate with the winners, commiserate with the losers of Election Day?

The polls closed about 40 minutes ago and candidates should be basking in the well wishes of optimistic supporters at various locations throughout Phoenix.

District 4 candidate Laura Pastor is hosting her Election Night Party from 7:30 to 10:00 p.m. at Harley's Italian Bistro, 4221 N. 7th Avenue.

Her challenger, Justin Johnson, will be celebrating at Urban Beans, 3508 N 7th Street, Suite 100.

In the District 8 race, Kate Widland Gallego is staging her celebration starting at 7:45 p.m. at CO+Hoots, a shared downtown Phoenix office at 1027 E. Washington Street, Suite 107.

Her opponent, Pastor Warren Stewart, is having his victory party from 7 to 9 p.m. at El Portal Restaurant, 117 W. Grant Street.

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