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Trump Vs. Clinton: Where To Watch America's Election Night In Ottawa

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Trump Vs. Clinton: Where To Watch America's Election Night In Ottawa

Whether you're a Republican, a Democrat or just someone who's here watching the reality show known as America, you know this election night is going to be huge. It's going to be the biggest election night you've ever seen.

So, get your Ken Bone sweaters for this cold November evening and be prepared to build a wall of beer bottles because Ottawa is bringing America to Canada for a night.

On Nov. 8 a number of bars across the city will be hosting events. Some will have Bernie Sanders cocktails while others will have election night bingo. In other words, Ottawa's making election night great again and you're invited.

Here are some spots in Ottawa where you can catch the election. God bless America because we've given up:

1. Mulligan's Golf Bar // 201 Queen St.

Featuring election-themed cocktails, like The Feel the Bern-ie, The Nasty Woman and the Mexican Fruit Stand. In terms of grub, they got you covered, too: $4 tacos.

2. Red Lion Pub // 47 Clarence St.

Memorize those Donald Trump quotes because there's going be trivia on the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election Campaign. Free prizes and drinks. Cover is $5 for CIC members and $10 for non-members. A pint of craft beer or a glass of wine is included.

3. Real Sports Bar and Grill // 90 George St.

Hosted by the Government Relations Institute of Canada and Equal Voice National Capital Region. Event organizers project a whopping 350 attendees. The event fee will be $20.00

4. Heart & Crown ByWard Market-Mother McGuinty's // 67 Clarence St.

Fan of Hillary? Join Democrats Abroad in the Market to watch the election results unfold on the big screen.

5. The Lieutenant's Pump // 361 Elgin St.

Hosted by the Ottawa Centre Conservative Association.

6. The Royal Oak // 161 Laurier East Ave.

Hosted by the International, Political and Policy Studies Student Association (IPPSSA).

7. D'Arcy McGee's // 44 Sparks St.

Election night bingo anyone? Hosted by the Carleton University Journalism Society. First come, first served basis.

8. Andaz ByWard Market // 325 Dalhousie St.

Watch the election and enjoy some of Ottawa's best views from Andaz ByWard Market's famous rooftop bar, Copper Spirits & Sights. Naturally there's a special drink special as well: $12 Old Fashions with American Bourbon.

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