Election Watch Party Brings City Together in Support of Four Key Civic Organizations

Regardless of Outcome, Chicagoans Anticipate Historic Night

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#ElectionWatch2106–Chicagoans are invited to attend an Election Night watch party
and fundraiser on Tuesday, November 8 from 7:00-11:00 pm at Ace
(230 N. Clark Street), one of the city’s newest social clubs.

ELECTION WATCH 2016 |TOGETHER FOR HISTORY, one of the city’s biggest
watch parties, will benefit four organizations dedicated to the
advancement of women: YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago, Chicago Foundation
for Women, the Women’s Business Development Center, and Women Employed.

“We may not be able to predict the outcome, but we know this for
certain—we will each remember where we were on November 8, 2016,’’ said
event originator Joycelyn Winnecke of JWinnecke Advisors LLC. “Where
better to watch history unfold than with other Chicagoans, supporting
some of the city’s most important women’s organizations?”

Veteran broadcasters Mary Ann Childers and Jay Levine will anchor

Chicago Woman Magazine Publisher and Founder Kendra Chaplin said
the publication is proud to serve as a presenting sponsor for the
Election Night watch party. “No matter the result, this election has
catalyzed an incredibly important conversation among the women of
Chicago. Chicago Woman provides an important platform for
continued connection and positive exchange among the women of our city
on this historic night—and long after Election Night is over.”

To purchase tickets or donate, please visit our ELECTION WATCH 2016 registration
or paste this link into your browser: http://bit.ly/TogetherForHistory.

To learn more about the organizations ELECTION WATCH 2016 | TOGETHER FOR
HISTORY is supporting please visit their websites: YWCA of Metropolitan
Chicago Foundation for Women—http://www.cfw.org/,
Women’s Business Development Center— https://www.wbdc.org,
and Women Employed— http://womenemployed.org/.

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