Party Party Party on Election Night

The Chronicle will be providing live election-night coverage at and on Twitter @ACnewsdesk.

Use #ACvotes to send us your voting selfies, election-night party pictures, and, of course, your opinions. Below are a few of the larger election night parties taking place in Austin; visit for a more comprehensive, updated list.

Travis County Democrats Election Night Party

Food, drinks, live music, and dancing! 7pm-12mid, the Driskill Hotel, 604 Brazos.

2014 Texas Victory Election Night

Hosted by Texans for Greg Abbott, featur­ing music by Pat Green and food by Bert's Barbecue. Rick Perry, Ted Cruz, John Cornyn, George P. Bush, and Jeb Bush all plan to be in attendance. Advance registration is required. ACL Live at Moody Theater.

Election Day GOTV and Watch Party

John H. Bucy III, candidate for HD 136, hosts. 7-10pm, Third Base Sports Bar, 13301 U.S. 183.

Steve Adler will be at his campaign headquarters monitoring election results and giving interviews. Supporters are welcome to drop by and watch the results with him. 6pm-close, 301 Barton Springs Rd.

Sheryl Cole will join her supporters at Mettle East Austin Bistro. 7pm-close, 507 Calles.

Mike Martinez will be hosting a party at the Rattle Inn; all are welcome. 7pm-close, 610 Nueces.

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