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Join DC Drinking Liberally and our friends from DC for Democracy and the Seminal as we gather to watch returns from the latest episode in the Democratic contest: the Pennsylvania primary on Tuesday, April 22. We’ll be welcoming some DC4D members who’ll have just come back from days of volunteering for Obama in Pennsylvania, so you can hear their impressions as the numbers come in.
The event will be at what’s become our traditional TV-watching spot: upstairs at 17th Street Cafe (1513 17th St NW, between P and Q, a few blocks east of Dupont Circle). The polls close at 8pm, so some of us will be there by 7:30, and we’ll be hanging out as long as things remain interesting and the restaurant is still open.
Tonight (Wednesday, April 9) there’s a fundraiser for Netroots Nation (the event formerly known as Yearly Kos): 6:30-9pm at Mott House (corner of Maryland Ave NE and Constitution Ave, Union Station or Capitol South Metro). Donations start at $35, and special guests include
(Note the presence of our own Natasha as a headliner — she’s everywhere nowadays!)
In addition, I’ll be there, along with local activists like Howard Park and teacherken. For more information and to RSVP, see http://netrootsnation.org/DC_April_9_2008.
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