The last two debates have been packed all over the Portland. The more places I go, the more I hear abut the great times people have had and the overwhelming turn-out of the events. Here is a list for Tuesday on Portland. PSU even has Barack Obama’s brother-in-law.
If you know of other places, comment that up.
Living Room Theatre/Theater: Living Room Theaters will be showing all of the US Presidential and Vice-Presidential debates and the final Nov. 4th election results LIVE ON THE BIG SCREEN…Read more about the Living Room Theater Debates/Election events here.
Laurelhurst Theatre/Theater: Debate Watch Party, Friday, 9/26, 5:30 – 8:30 pm
Come watch the first Presidential debate on the big screen. This event is free, first come – first served (200 person capacity), 21 &over only. More information here (not really).
Bipartisan cafe: 7901 se Stark Portland, OR 97215 (website)
Gather with involved members of your community to watch and discuss the first presidential debate.
Kelly’s Olympian: 426 SW Washington St Portland, OR 97204 (website)
First Presidential Debate on Kelly’s Projection Screen; Chris Newman Experiment, Paper Brain
Bagdad Theater/Theatre: Doors 5 p.m.; debate 6 p.m. | Free | All ages
Sit in designated Democrat, Republican and Independent sections, do an interview on your perspectives with Mike Donahue or other KOIN talent and maybe even have a beer and some pizza while you watch.
Mt Tabor Legacy: 4811 SE Hawthorne ( 1997-looking website )
If you like to smoke while you laugh (or cry), this is the place for you.
Clinton Street Theater: (website) 2522 SE Clinton St., Portland, OR 97202
Watch Matt Davis’ head explode and the rest of the Mercury staff get loaded at their “cool kids” (air apostrophes) debate party here.
Roots Brewing: 1520 SE 7th Ave ( website ) According to Amy Ruiz, the Mercury will also be at Roots (it seems Clinton isn’t the new venue, but the “second venue”). Double capacity last time, so get there early. “You’ve been warned”
Virginia Cafe: 820 SW 10th Ave, Portland
I was at the Virginia on Saturday and Leah told me the last debate was packed. So, like the other venues–get there early.
Red Cap: 035 SW Stark St, Portland, OR 97205
Sarah Palin might really tolerate those gays, but I don’t know if that is true for McGruber McCain. Ask a gay person about their love of toleration while taking down copious amount of alcohol here.
Mission Theater: 1624 Nw Glisan St Portland, Oregon 97209
Bring friends and join us to celebrate the launch of the official Obama ’08 iPhone application. We’ll screen the presidential debate and then show highlights of the Obama ’08 app and meet the Portland members of the development team.
Portland State, Montgomery Lounge (more info): 1802 SW 10th Ave., Portland, OR
Come watch the debates on the PSU campus, with Craig Robinson, Barack Obama’s brother-in-law! We will gather in the Montgomery Lounge at 5 PM, where we will hear about the election and the importance of getting involved before the second presidential debate starts!
Anna Bannana’s Cafe & Bar: 8716 N Lombard Street, Portland, 97203
I don’t know this place, but apparently it is a;;-ages for you under-21 voters out there.
Update 10/07 Amnesia Brewing: 832 N Beech St Portland, OR 97227
They will show the debate on their small bar TV. Great beer here, but not only a few spots have a decent view of that TV.
Watch Online: If you can’t make it out to one of these events, you can watch online at PBS.