Follow the election night parties and results with SFBG

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Happy election day! Yes, the barrage of political propaganda will soon give way to celebrations, concessions, ruminations, and spin, spin, spin. As always, the Guardian will be on the beat delivering live election coverage through this site and our SFBG Twitter feed, so follow along and weigh in with your comments. Or if you want to join us at the election night parties, come on out. Here's the list we've compiled, which we'll be updating throughout the day:

Mayor Ed Lee/DCCC/No on F/Yes on A, B, C, and E – Democratic Party HQ, 2278 Market

League of Pissed Off Voters/Rafael Mandelman – El Rio, 3158 Mission

David Campos/Matt Haney/Steve Ngo – Brick & Mortar, 1710 Mission

Eric Mar/Sandra Fewer/Amy Bacharach – Steins, 731 Clement St.

David Lee – Campaign HQ, 4050 Geary

David Chiu – 585 Steak Lounge, 244 Jackson St

John Rizzo – Murio's Trophy Room, 1811 Haight St.

Julian Davis – Club Waziema, 543 Divisadero St.

Christina Olague – Rassela's Jazz Club, 1534 Fillmore

London Breed – Nickie's, 466 Haight

Thea Selby -- Campaign HQ, 791 Haight

Norman Yee – Cafe D'Melanio,  1314 Ovean Ave.

FX Crowley – Campaign Headquarters, 162 West Portal between Vicente and 14th 

Mike Garcia – Philospher's Club,  824 Ulloa St.

Rodrigo Santos – Food Drinks and Music, 2451 Harrison

Hungry for Obama – The Independent, 628 Divisidero

Ron Conway-funded IEs/sf.citi – Tosca, 242 Columbus

Yes on A (City College parcel tax) – Campaign HQ, 350 Rhode Island

Yes on C (housing trust fund)/SF Rising – Rio Grande, 1108 Market

Yes on F (Hetch Hetchy study) – SoMa Restaurant & Bar, 85 5th St.

Yes on Prop 37 (GMO labeling) – CELLspace,  2050 Bryant St.  

Yes on Prop. 34 (death penalty repeal) – Jillians, 175 Fourth St.