Vice Mayor Barbara Spector and Planning Commission chairwoman Marcia Jensen, who will automatically be elected tonight to the two open seats on the Los Gatos Town Council, will not be holding any Election Day festivities today.
However, Spector's campaign workers will have a get together 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7 at Mmoon’s empanadas on Main Street.
Jensen said she will be spending the evening at home watching results with her family online and on TV.
Monte Sereno City Council candidate Walter Huff and his campaign manager Greg Hall said they would be "analysing various Scotch brew origins" at C.B. Hannegan's in Los Gatos Tuesday evening at about 7 p.m.
And Monte Sereno City Council candidate Julie Wiltshire said she was having a small get-together at her house on election night.
who's going after one of two open seats on the Los Gatos-Saratoga Union High School District Board of Education,is having a large gathering at Hong's Gourmet restaurant on Big Basin Way in Saratoga starting at 8 p.m. Also running for the two open slots are longtime incumbents Rosemary Rossi and Lorrie Wernick.
Incumbent West Valley Mission Community College District trustee Robert Owens said he would be watching election results tonight at a Portuguese Social Hall in Santa Clara.
And incumbent college district trustee president Adrienne Grey said she would be joining the get-together at the International Brotherhood of South Bay Labor Council Hall at 2125 Canoas Garden Ave. in San Jose.
It wasn't known, at the time of this posting, where candidates Benjamin Hernandez and Ron Bonhagen, who are challenging Owens and Grey, would be watching results come in.