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Top Republicans set election night watch parties

The Republican candidates are expected to have comfortable victories Tuesday night.


Republicans running for the state’s highest offices have announced election night watch parties for Tuesday with every expectation for victory.

Gov. Kay Ivey will hold her election party at the Ravello Ristorante at 36 Commerce St. in Montgomery. The doors will open at 6 p.m. an hour before the polls close Tuesday night. Ivey is opposed by Democrat Yolanda Flowers and Libertarian Jimmy Blake.

Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth will have a public election party at Lake Guntersville.

“Make plans to attend our Election Night Party on Nov. 8th at one of the coolest venues in the South, the City Harbor at Lake Guntersville,” Ainsworth said. “We will have free food, drinks, and great music as we watch the election results roll in.”

The party will begin at 6:30 p.m. Ainsworth is opposed by Libertarian Ruth Page-Nelson.

Secretary of State nominee Wes Allen will host his election party at Sweet Creek Farm Market at 85 Meriwether Road in Pike Road beginning at 7 p.m. Allen is opposed by Democrat Pamela J. Laffitte and Libertarian Jason “Matt” Shelby.

Jacob Holmes is a reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter. You can reach him at [email protected]



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