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Sticker Specials: What 'I Voted' Gets Around D.C.

Where to rack up bonus grub — or simply watch the results — on Election night.

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Many a think piece has been filed on just how boring midterm elections are — so it's a good thing local venues are willing to technically snub the law and make things a bit more exciting. Here's a running list of Election Day (and night) specials.

Red Velvet Cupcakery
Red Velvet Cupcakery is giving free cupcake pops to the first 100 people who show up with an 'I Voted' sticker.

701 Restaurant
No sticker needed at 701 — they're having a champagne happy hour, with 50% off all bottles from 8pm - close; election coverage will be shown on the lounge TVs.

Nage Bistro
"I Voted" sticker wearers get their choice of complimentary house red or white wine, any draft beer on tap or a choice of a bar bite at Nage Bistro.

Busboys & Poets
Busboys & Poets will open all four locations for an election night viewing party — and their 14th St. NW location will have Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton as special guest. Oh, and there will be drink specials.

Commissary
Anyone wearing an "I Voted" sticker will be privvy to $2 draft beers at Commissary, which kicks off the restaurant's new $2 draft happy hour (yup, every Tuesday.)

Boundary Road
Boundary Road
is offering its late night menu drink of Natty Boh & Overholt to anyone wearing an 'I Voted' sticker all day — not just in the wee hours.

Buzz Bakery
Buy one cupcake, get one free with an "I Voted" sticker at Buzz Bakery.

Kangaroo Boxing Club
$1 off drafts from 6:30 to last call with an "I Voted" sticker at Kangaroo Boxing Club.


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