Northville Area Democrat, Republican Groups to Host Presidential Debate Viewing Parties
Here's where you can catch the Wednesday night debate around Northville.
The first of the presidential debates on Wednesday night is sure to generate a lot of discussion.
The 90-minute debate will be televised on various networks at 9 p.m. live from Denver.
If you're hoping to catch the debate, between President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney, there are a few options for viewing it with local Democrats or Republicans in or near Northville.
Northville Democratic Club viewing party
Where: Northville Sports Den in Northville Square mall on Cady Street.
When: Gathering begins at 8 p.m.
Cost: Free, donations are welcome.
What: The Northville Democratic Club, which has 238 members, will offer free pizza and salad to debate viewers. A cash bar will also be open. The club is trying to reach its membership goal of 250 paid members by election day, Nov. 6, according to a press release. Membership dues are $25 for adults, $15 for seniors over 65 and $5 for full-time students.
Michigan 11th Congressional District Republicans viewing party
Where: One Under Bar & Grill banquet facility in Livonia on Five Mile Road, west of Levan Road.
When: Doors open at 8 p.m.
What: The 11th Congressional District Republican Committee groups, which serves Northville, will gather in Livonia to watch the debate. Snacks and cash bar offered.