How to Watch the Midterm Election Results 2018

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It’s almost time for Americans to head to the polls again.

After months of political posturing, punditry, and passionate campaigning from candidates and their supporters, the 2018 midterm elections will finally determine whether the U.S. House and Senate will remain under Republican leadership or if one or both will flip to give Democrats a majority stake in the federal government for the first time since Donald Trump took office.

Meanwhile, statewide election results will also be highly consequential, with three dozen gubernatorial races being decided the same day, in addition to all of the local leadership roles up for grabs.

Eyes across the nation will be glued to the many percentages in play when those county-by-county tallies start trickling in on Tuesday, Nov 6. There’ll be plenty of networks covering the results to satisfy most viewing preferences — from the Steve Kornacki “magic board” frenzy faithful to those who want their numbers sans any editorial leaning, there’s a little something for everyone.

Here’s a rundown of where you can get you midterm election night coverage on Tuesday.

ABC News: ABC News will begin its 2018 Midterm Election special at 8/7c. The show will be broadcast live, which means audiences should also be able to stream the show on ABC’s website.

CBS News: Campaign 2018 kicks off at 9/8c on CBS News, and the network’s add-supported streaming app CBSN will also offer non-partisan election coverage.

CNN: CNN will begin its coverage of the elections earlier in the day, starting at 2/1c with a special Election Day in America segment and followed up with Election Night in America starting at 5/4c. In between, Wolf Blitzer and Jake Tapper will host their traditional show slots (Wolf and The Lead with Jake Tapper). CNN’s domestic channel can be viewed on CNN Go as well.

Fox News: This year, Fox News does not have an election special scheduled, although their traditional evening shows (Tucker Carlson Tonight, Hannity, The Ingraham Angle, Fox News at Night with Shannon Bream) will likely cover the results during their broadcast. Fox Business will begin its election coverage with Cavuto: Coast to Coast, starting at 8/7c. Both Fox News and Fox Business are available for live-streaming at Fox News Go.

MSNBC: Although MSNBC doesn’t have an election special slated for this year, fans can count on the evening shows (All in with Chris Hayes, The Rachel Maddow Show, The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell, The 11th Hour with Brian Williams) to cover results.

PBS: The Public Broadcasting Station will airing its own 2018 ETV Election Night Coverage starting at 8/7c.





Source : TVGuide