The last time I hosted an election night viewing party with friends was back in 2000 when our friends resignedly¬†left around midnight, with no winner decided. (It’s a good thing or they might have been camped out on our living room floor for a week.) I haven’t held one since, but since this year’s election night could be an historic moment for our country — and the end to an incredibly stressful¬†election cycle — I’d like to share it in¬†the comfort of¬†some like-minded friends.

I’m sure I’m not alone¬†here. So¬†I took a look at some digital¬†election night party invitations I can send online. You know, since it’s a little last-minute to be throwing this all together.

(What can I say? Balancing kids, work, and a compulsive need to refresh the polls has kept me busy!)

Surprisingly, many of my go-to online invitation resources¬†had no¬†election night party invitations I liked, if they even had them at all. But I’ve powered through and searched the corners of the web¬†and actually found some¬†pretty great ones. (Good work, Paperless Post!).

Now all you have to do is whip up some comfort food, pour your nerve-calming beverage of choice, and watch that electoral map.

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Cool election night party invitations: Stay non-partisan with this invitation from Paperless Press that just wants you to get out and vote!

Stay non-partisan and encourage your friends to actually GO VOTE with this cute, digital Every Vote Counts election night party invitation at Paperless Post. The illustration style reminds me a little of Schoolhouse Rock, in the best possible way.

Cool election night party invitations: This patriotic party invite from Punchbowl is all-American.

This¬†Red, White, and Blue Patriotic election night part e-invitation at Punchbowl is simple and safe for whichever party you’re supporting.¬†I like the kind of rough-hewn¬†Americana vibe of it, so if you’re all about grassroots activism, this might be the one for you.

Cool election night party invitations: If you're planning a rowdy party, this Donkey v. Elephant invitation from Paperless Press is fun.

Of course, I¬†expected to see some version of a¬†Donkey v. Elephant election night party invitation¬†out there, and this one at Paperless Post is¬†my favorite, thanks to the letterpress look of the design and vintage-style animals. Plus, who can resist a good¬†“party animals” pun?

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Cool election night party invitations: Think positive, with this "celebrate" invitation by 24th and Dune at Minted.

This¬†Stars and Stripes election party invitation¬†by 24th and Dune at Minted is so fun¬†and festive. And you have to love the positivity¬†of celebrating our democracy in action. Of course, it will be more apt if you are, in fact, celebrating your own candidate’s win that night.

Cool election night party invitations: If you're a party divided between both candidates, this invitation from Paperless Post is the one for you.

I admit¬†that while this¬†Color Wars election night invitation¬†from Paperless Post looks fantastic, it reminds me of the gravity of the potential results. (If not the absurd WWF style spectacle of the 2016 election. Oy. ¬†– Eds.) While we imagine most people will be watching the results roll in with kindred political spirits, if you’re up for hosting¬†friends or family who have backed both candidates, whew, more power to you. This may be¬†the invitation¬†for you.

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Cool election night party invitations: For a super-casual party, use this super-casual invitation by Anamaria BC at Minted.

For a totally fun, casual way to invite¬†friends over on election night, try this¬†Hi, there! election night party invitation¬†by Anamaria BC for¬†Minted. (Also at very top.) It’s customizable, so just change “dinner party” to “election party” and you’re all set. You can send it with the¬†black background shown here if you want to feign impartiality (ha), or go straight-up partisan with your choice of blue or red backgrounds. I imagine this might be great for people who plan to¬†spend more time looking up funny election memes online that night, than following the cable news networks¬†unblinkingly and without bathroom breaks.