Just hug yourself and keep repeating: "It'll all be over soon...it'll all be over soon..."

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El Original nachos (Facebook)

Ted Cruz might not be on the ballot (Sad!), but you can stuff your face with some Tex-Mex at El Original in Hell's Kitchen, which is offering some discounted food and beverages to sate you while the returns come in. Stop by for $8 nachos all evening, plus an $8 beer and tequila special that'll ramp up your buzz if the returns start going sidewise. Happy hour goes 'til 8 p.m., when live band karaoke takes over. 735 10th Avenue, (917) 382-5512; eloriginaltxmx.com

In the Financial District, show your support for either candidate with $4 Budweisers (red) or Bud Lights (blue) at Ambrose Beer & Lobster in the Seaport. They're also promising live music and feasting on the people's crustacean: lobster. 18 Fulton Street, (212) 480-0301; ambrosebeerandlobster.com

Campeon off Union Square is also riffing on the blue/red theme with $3 cans of Budweiser and PBR beginning at 9 p.m. The bar's also giving away free "We're Screwed" T-shirts to the first 200 people who order a drink. 9 East 16th Street, (212) 675-4700; campeonnyc.com

A popular spot for watching the debates due to their giant projector screens, Black Forest Brooklyn in Fort Greene will once again use them to document our democracy. Beers and wines will be on special, including half off certain bottles of vino. 733 Fulton Street, (718) 935-0300; blackforestbrooklyn.com

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Brooklyn Winery (Facebook)

Brooklyn Winery in Williamsburg also aims to drown potential sorrows with lots of wine. They're converting their Atrium space into a watch party arena, complete with food from an Election Night menu (cheese and charcuterie plates, turkey meatballs and fried chicken, among other selections), their proprietary wines, craft beers and a specialty fall cocktail made with Laird's Applejack, Maple Syrup, Peychaud's Bitters, and Black Walnut Bitters. Doors open at 6 p.m. 213 North 8th Street, (347) 763-1506; bkwinery.com

Also in Williamsburg, Nitehawk Cinema'sLo-Res Bar on the ground floor will be showing the returns on the projector screen plus offering a happy hour-priced drink ($4 draft beer and well drinks) for anyone bearing an "I Voted" sticker. 136 Metropolitan Avenue, (718) 782-8370; nitehawkcinema.com

Inwood's Indian Road Cafe promises a bi-partisan viewing of tonight's returns, along with food and drink specials 'til it's all said and done. The owner's also offering a drink menu of former Presidents' favorite drinks, telling DNAInfo he "researched them." 600 West 218th Street, (212) 942-7451; indianroadcafe.com

Pet some consenting pussy at the Brooklyn Cat Cafe, which is betting that some time spent cuddling some cute kitties should help keep anxiety at bay. Their Election Night Party ($30-35) begins at 8 p.m. with adoptable kitties, food, Brooklyn Brewery beer, and the returns screened with breaks for cute cat videos. The evening concludes with Stephen Colbert's election night special on Showtime. 149 Atlantic Avenue, (347) 946-2286; catcafebk.com

Repair The World in Crown Heights is hosting the Kegs with a Conscience: Election Watch Party this evening beginning at 7 p.m. The free event (registration required) is a non-partisan, all are welcome environment with food and a keg plus "distractions" including games and letter writing. 808 Nostrand Avenue