Join Patch for a presidential debate viewing party on Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 5:30 p.m. at 5th Quarter Pizza at 976 Woodside Road.
Domestic policy will be the focus of the first presidential debate—Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney will have two more later in October—and Patch wants to know what issues are important to small business owners and local community members.
All—Republicans, Democrats, independents and anyone on any end of the political spectrum—are invited. Those interested in attending should RSVP by emailing Stacie Chan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You also can RSVP, and invite your friends to come along, on our Facebook event announcement.
While electing a president is serious business, there will be some fun, too. Patch will have pizza, drinks and Patch swag to give out.
So come out and join us on Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 5:30 p.m. at 5th Quarter Pizza at 976 Woodside Road.
Other debate watch parties in San Mateo County:
San Mateo GOP Debate Viewing Party
Wednesday, October 3 / 5:30 pm
SMGOP Headquarters, 875 Mahler Road Suite 120, Burlingame
Details: Come watch the 2012 Presidential Debates with the San Mateo Republican Party! Free snacks and drinks will be provided. The party will start at 5:30pm with the debate beginning at 6pm and ending at 7:30pm.
For more informatin, contact SMGOP Executive Director Deyan Banerjee at (408) 359-7715.
San Mateo County Democratic Party
Wed., Oct. 3, 5:30 p.m
SMC Democratic Headquarters, 650 El Camino Real in Belmont
Details: The live screenings are free and refreshments (pizza and Obama Ale) will be served. Debate starts at 6:00pm
All debate watch events begin at 5:30 PST at the Belmont Headquarters located at 650 El Camino Real.
For more information, contact April Vargas, email@example.com, or 650-207-2729.
Democratic Volunteer Center Party
Wed., Oct. 3, 5:00 p.m
located at 350 El Camino Real, Menlo Park
Details: The Democratic Volunteer Center will be opening its doors and broadcasting the event on a wide screen. Refreshments and candidate critiques will be served during the watch party.
The DVC is a campaign field headquarters that is run by volunteers. The center's purpose is to get Democrats elected to all levels of government and pass progressive initiatives.
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