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Political Party with Keli Goff: Election Night Party

In Partnership with Guardian US and Refinery29

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

7:00 PM

For many voters, the current election cycle can’t end soon enough. Luckily, Election Day is just around the corner and WNYC is throwing a party to celebrate.

For the final installment of its monthly series Political Party with Keli Goff, The Greene Space at WNYC – in partnership with Guardian US and Refinery29 – is hosting an Election Night Party featuring a fun-filled night of music, games, political commentary and cocktails. 

Host Keli Goff and her guests will weigh in throughout for a night of politics, commentary and cocktails as we watch the votes come in.

Featuring comedy by Khalid Rahmaan, commentary by Haroon Moghul and Moustafa Bayoumi, election updates from the WNYC newsroom and games and intrigue from our resident hype man WNYC producer Sean Rameswaram, plus DJ spinning all night long by Studio 360's Louis Mitchell

The event will also feature breaking news and live updates from WNYC political reporters Matt Katz, Andrea Bernstein, Arun Venugopal, and Janet Babin covering the election at locations around New York City, as well as Guardian US’s political correspondents stationed all across the country in the most crucial battleground states. Refinery29 will also be sharing across all of their platforms their millennial-minded take on the election results as well as the overall state of women in politics. 

We'll finish the night watching statements from the winning and losing candidates. 

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About Keli

An internationally recognized multi-platform journalist and fiction writer, Keli Goff’s work has appeared in the publications TimeCosmopolitan, Essence, The Washington Post, The Houston Chronicle, and the web editions of The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Guardian, Elle and New York magazine.
 
Currently a Columnist for The Daily Beast, she is also an award-winning writer for theater and television.
 
For her work on the third season of the hit television series “Being Mary Jane,” she was awarded a 2016 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Writing in a Dramatic Series. In December 2015 she completed a two-year playwriting fellowship with The Public Theater, the legendary artistic institution best known for producing Shakespeare in the Park.
 
The author of two books, her non-fiction debut Party Crashing: How the Hip-Hop Generation Declared Political Independence (Basic Books, March 2008), was critically acclaimed as one of the first books to document the rise of “Generation Obama.” Her second, the novel The GQ Candidate (Atria Books, July 2011), was designated a recommended summer reading selection by More Magazine and The Los Angeles Times.
 
Since the 2008 election Keli has appeared on more than 100 national and international news programs on the networks, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, FOX, BET and the BBC, providing political analysis and cultural criticism. Her work has been the subject of coverage in Vanity Fair, The New York Times, USA Today and many other publications. Learn more at www.keligoff.com and follow her on Twitter @keligoff

Part of The NEXT New York Conversation series which brings together changemakers, newsmakers and tastemakers to illuminate relevant topics that are redefining and reshaping our 21st century. 

Leadership support provided by:

MetLife Foundation