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Election Party Games

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Have a great time at your Election Night Party with these Election Party Games!

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Campaign Ad Contest



  • Poster Boards

  • Markers

  • Scoring cards

To Play

  • Ask your guests to write their own campaign ads on the poster board.

  • They can either do it about themselves or portray one of the candidates, but they must perform it in front of the group.

  • Then have the crowd VOTE (that's what it's all about anyway), and prizes can be given:  most upbeat, most negative, most reLIEable, most unreLIEable--so on and so forth.

Political Party Feud


I quick play take on the popular TV game show Family Feud.



  • Poll results for political questions (the newspaper, magazines, and online resources are a good place to look)

  • Pad of paper and pen to keep score

To Play

  • Divide guests into teams, Republicans and Democrats. Flip a coin to see who goes first.

  • Read the poll question, the team in control must try and guess the spread of the results (What percentage said yes, what percentage said no, how many undecided).

  • If they are off by less than 15% altogether, they get the 10 points for the question and get a chance to answer the next question. (if they guess 70%, 25% and 5%, and the actual results are 68%, 30% and 2%  they are off by 10, and they get the points)

  • If they are 15% or more off the actual poll results, they lose 10 points the other team gets a chance to answer.

  • If the opposing team answers correctly, they get the 10 points for the question and get first crack at the next question. The opposing team is not penalized if they get the question wrong.

  • Teams can pass the question onto the other team, but if you have had a questioned passed to you you must try to answer it.

  • First team to 100 points wins.

Election Trivia



  • Index Cards with Trivia Question

To Play

  • Compile trivia question about the election, the candidates, past presidents, or even the political process. Here are a few to get you started:

    • Which U.S. government official is second in line of succession to the U.S. Presidency? - Speaker of the House of Representatives

    • When John McCain retired from the Navy, he held what rank? - Captain

    • What does the 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protect against? - Unreasonable Searches and seizures

    • Barack Obama received his bachelor’s degree from what university? - Occidental College

    • What Latin motto appears underneath the base of the pyramid on the Great Seal of the United States? - Novus Ordo Seclorum or "A New Order for the Ages"

    • John McCain was born in 1936. Where? - Panama Canal Zone

    • Barack Obama was born in what state? - Hawaii

    • What will the annual salary be of the next President of the United States? $400,000

  • Hand out patriotic beads for correct answers.

  • The guest with the most beads at the end of the game gets a big prize (a gift card is a good choice).

Pin the Tail on the Donkey and Pin the Trunk on the Elephant



To Play

  • Save (right click and choose save) and print the free graphics of an elephant, a donkey, and their trunk and tail.

  • Hang the donkey or elephant on a wall or on an easel, and cut out tails, placing a small piece of tape on the end.

  • Blindfold one player and spin the player in circles for a few seconds until they get a little dizzy and lose their sense of direction.
  • Have the blindfolded player try tape the tail/trunk on the picture. When they are done placing it, remove the blindfold.
  • Allow each of the other player to take a turn. Leave all pieces wherever they had been placed, until everyone is done.
  • The winner is the player who placed their tail closest to the white spot.

Patriotic Karaoke



To Play

  • Select a play list that includes songs all patriotic songs.

  • Then, get the DJ and Karaoke machine cued up and start the fun. 

  • Give the singer an Inflatable Guitar for an even better time.

  • Award prizes for best in show, the funniest, most ridiculous and best act.

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