Monday, November 3, 2008


Peaceful Election Day (Nov. 4) Parties Unite Voters

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A peaceful Election Day (Nov. 4) party where no one comes out swinging could unite political parties.

Party planning guru Marley Majcher, who owns The Party Goddess party planning company, has tips on how to throw an awesome election party where no one throws any punches.

She says, “There’s a lot of emotion behind this election. It’s best to create a light atmosphere where no one will bash one another, because that spoils the fun for everybody.”

Majcher says party hosts should warn all attendees to keep it friendly and have lots of activities to keep people busy, like trivia games and pin the tail on the donkey.

Hosts should keep it fair for both sides, however, and offer pin the tail on the elephant too.

Also, incorporating both candidate’s favorite foods, like shrimp and enchiladas, which are John McCain’s faves, and Barack Obama’s preferred treat, pumpkin pie, for dessert, will keep the party fun, fair, and delicious.

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