The presidential candidates’ Election Day celebrations might reflect their confidence in the outcome of the contest. Both will be in New York City, but each has rather different festivities planned.
Hillary Clinton is gearing up for a humongous party in the biggest venue in New York City—the Jacob Javits Center. It has a glass ceiling, which some suggest is symbolic for Clinton’s breaking the ultimate barrier to become the first woman American President.
The Clinton camp’s other election forecast is for bright skies—lit by fireworks over the Hudson River.
Clinton’s guests will include friends, family, invited lawmakers, selected members of the news media and a few lucky members of the public determined ahead of time. There will be no general admission for the public.