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Café holding presidential election night party

Can't get enough U.S. politics? Come on down to the Free Press News Café tonight and get your fix as we hunker down for a presidential election night party.

Starting at 7:30 p.m., join Free Press journalists and top political scientists as we watch history unfold south of the border.

Burns Levi Garber (centre) high-fives other U.S. presidential election watchers after President Barack Obama was re-elected on Tuesday night. The Winnipeg Free Press News Café was packed with U.S. election junkies waiting for results.

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Burns Levi Garber (centre) high-fives other U.S. presidential election watchers after President Barack Obama was re-elected on Tuesday night. The Winnipeg Free Press News Café was packed with U.S. election junkies waiting for results. Photo Store

Enjoy some American-themed food and drink. And test your knowledge of U.S. politics with our ultimate presidential trivia contest.

The Free Press News Café is located at 237 McDermot Avenue.

History

Updated on Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at 10:43 PM CST: adds photo

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