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Our Man With Nothing Better to Do on a Tuesday Night, Matt Pulle, will be blogging live from election headquarters tonight, bringing the results of the all-important hides and animal inspector prop vote as they come in, starting around 7 p.m. He may even have something to say about the Trinity vote.

He'll also pay a visit to the winning campaign's post-election party, maybe even the loser's camp, depending on who has the better booze. (He's a Jack and Coke man, by the way, though if that's his drink, we use the term "man" loosely. We have issues with people who cut their liquor with soda pop.) -- Patrick Williams

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