Bottoms Up! A Guide to S.F.’s Election Night Parties

What do candidates' bar choices say about their platforms? You tell us.

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What better way to decompress after a long day of hitting refresh on news sites than partying with a bunch of people running for office? Election night parties in San Francisco are excellent for people watching, shmoozing, and collectively gasping with joy or groaning in pain with each Department of Elections update (which, by the way, will be at 8:45 p.m., 9:45 p.m., 10:45 p.m, and approximately midnight). 

Stay tuned with our live coverage on SF Weekly as the results roll in! 

 

District 2
Catherine Stefani – Silver Cloud, 1994 Lombard St.
Nick Josefowitz – Sabrosa, 3200 Fillmore St. 

District 4
Gordon Mar – United Irish Cultural Center, 2700 45th Ave. 
Jessica Ho – Hole in the Wall Pizza, 825 Irving St.

District 6
Matt Haney – Calle 11sf, 1501 Folsom St.
Christine Johnson – MoMo’s, 760 Second St. 
Sonja Trauss – Club 93, 93 Ninth St. 

District 10
Shamann Walton – Laughing Monk Brewing, 1439 Egbert Ave.
Tony Kelly – Thee Parkside, 1600 17th St.
Theo Ellington – Cafe Envy, 1701 Yosemite Ave.

Local Props
Yes on C – Roccapulco, 3140 Mission St.
Yes on E – The Lab, 2948 16th St.

BART Board
Janice Li – Pops Bar, 2800 24th St.
Melanie Nutter – CENTO Osteria, 100 Brannan St.
Jonathan Lyens – SF Oasis, 298 11th St. 

State Props
Yes on 10 – El Rio,  3158 Mission St. 

School Board
Gabriela Lopez – Pops Bar, 2800 24th St.
Michelle Parker – CENTO Osteria, 100 Brannan St.
Li Mao Lovett – SF Oasis, 298 11th St. 
Alison Collins – SF Oasis, 298 11th St.
Fauuga Moliga – SF Oasis, 298 11th St. 

May the best candidates and the strongest propositions win! 

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