I asked this question on Facebook hoping to be invited to a watch party in DC, but I got some pretty creative answers from friends in all kinds of places, so I'm asking here too!
  1. from under the couch
    Suggested by @ladygoggog
  2. From the safety and comfort of my home with my loving husband
    In case the worst happens we can be alone together to try to cope with it
    Suggested by @Heartsounds
  3. At a friend's house in Arlington! Apparently they always do an election party.
    I would invite you but you likely wouldn't want an invite because 1) it's in Arlington (but right next to metro), 2) I'm leaving the party for an hour to go to my belly dancing class down the street, and 3) my friend's husband is an asshole and sometimes I'm not sure why I keep tolerating him. But if you still want an invite after all that let me know and I know they are happy to add more people. 😊
    Suggested by @macnchz
  4. From my bomb shelter just in case riots break out.
    Suggested by @kawaalii
  5. My school's memorial union or my dorm lounge, depending on what time the results are announced.
    Suggested by @lexie_elyse
  6. Curled in a ball of anxiety on my living room floor or bed, depending on how late/poorly things go
    Suggested by @dreadpiratemama
  7. At home probably eating my way through everything in my house. I'm in NoVA far from the Metro otherwise I'd say come over.
    Suggested by @Amzie
  8. At home with housemates and castmates, with a massive supply of booze and snacks and Hamilton things to watch to fuel us through the night (I'm in Ireland so we have to stay up very late)
    Suggested by @meganriordan
  9. I am going to (one of) my best friend's house to eat pizza and watch the election coverage. We're both stoked about HRC and wanted to be together to celebrate or drown our sorrows in booze.
    Suggested by @MissJess