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Election Day: 5 places to go to after you vote in D.C.

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After you cast your vote on Tuesday for the next President of the United States, you'll probably think to yourself, "What now?" While you wait for all of the ballots to be counted and the winner to finally be announced, you might as well have some fun in Washington, D.C. Below, Curbed has mapped five must-see sites in the District. Expect everything from a politically charged variety show to a spoken word performance.

For bar and restaurant specials on Tuesday, check out this DCist article or this Brightest Young Things article.

Were there any notable locations left off? Let Curbed readers know by leaving a comment or emailing dc@curbed.com.

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AMC Theatre (Multiple Locations)

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Maybe you're not interested in going to a crazy party or a bustling bar. If more inclined to see the election results on the big screen, AMC Theatres is allowing a number of their locations to stream the results. Certain locations will be blue, and some will be red, so be sure to choose your theatre as carefully as you choose your candidate. Live election coverage will begin at 7 p.m. with doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Hey Frase Election Night Party

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After this long, excruciating election season, it's time for a laugh. On Tuesday, the D.C. Improv will host the Hey Frase Election Night Party. This "crazy parody election night party" is expected to make election night great again with games, videos, prizes, an Anthony Weiner impersonator, and a variety show. To attend, the cost is $15.

Election Night Watch Party

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Have you been searching for the perfect photo op with Hillary Clinton and or Donald Trump? Sixth and I will have cardboard cutouts of the candidates as well as televisions set up streaming the election night coverage. Refreshments, snacks, and cocktails will be served as well. The admission cost is $10, which includes light refreshments and non-alcoholic beverages. Doors open at 7 p.m.

Henry Rollins (Election Night Spoken Word)

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The Lincoln Theatre might not be the first thing that comes to your mind when you think "politics," but this spoken word performance will be sure to keep one eye on the election results. Spoken word poet and Punk Rocker Henry Rollins is expected to speak on politics and current events. The cost for the event at 6:30 p.m. is $40.

CNN #MyVote Campaign

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In partnership with CNN, the Newseum will host a virtual projection on the front of the building, beginning at 9 a.m. The experience is totally free, and some of the images taken from the CNN #MyVote camper will be featured in CNN's election night coverage. If interested in getting an inside look at the museum, there is also an exhibit that explores how digital and social media have transformed how candidates campaign.

AMC Theatre (Multiple Locations)

Maybe you're not interested in going to a crazy party or a bustling bar. If more inclined to see the election results on the big screen, AMC Theatres is allowing a number of their locations to stream the results. Certain locations will be blue, and some will be red, so be sure to choose your theatre as carefully as you choose your candidate. Live election coverage will begin at 7 p.m. with doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Hey Frase Election Night Party

After this long, excruciating election season, it's time for a laugh. On Tuesday, the D.C. Improv will host the Hey Frase Election Night Party. This "crazy parody election night party" is expected to make election night great again with games, videos, prizes, an Anthony Weiner impersonator, and a variety show. To attend, the cost is $15.

Election Night Watch Party

Have you been searching for the perfect photo op with Hillary Clinton and or Donald Trump? Sixth and I will have cardboard cutouts of the candidates as well as televisions set up streaming the election night coverage. Refreshments, snacks, and cocktails will be served as well. The admission cost is $10, which includes light refreshments and non-alcoholic beverages. Doors open at 7 p.m.

Henry Rollins (Election Night Spoken Word)

The Lincoln Theatre might not be the first thing that comes to your mind when you think "politics," but this spoken word performance will be sure to keep one eye on the election results. Spoken word poet and Punk Rocker Henry Rollins is expected to speak on politics and current events. The cost for the event at 6:30 p.m. is $40.

CNN #MyVote Campaign

In partnership with CNN, the Newseum will host a virtual projection on the front of the building, beginning at 9 a.m. The experience is totally free, and some of the images taken from the CNN #MyVote camper will be featured in CNN's election night coverage. If interested in getting an inside look at the museum, there is also an exhibit that explores how digital and social media have transformed how candidates campaign.