The final polls wont close until 1 a.m. EST (in Alaska), but some election coverage is starting as early as 4:30 p.m.
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First, a little math: To take back the House, Democrats need to flip at least 23 seats, per CNBC. With all 435 Congressional districts up for reelection tonight, that’s definitely doable. Flipping the Senate is seen as less likely, but with Senate races in the running in key states—Arizona, Texas, and Nevada, in particular–anything’s possible.
You can live stream Foxs coverage on FoxNews.com, on the mobile app or on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV or Roku starting at 6 p.m.
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You can follow the Times election night coverage via its live blog, including the infamous needle. NYT has dropped its paywall for election coverage, though youll need to hand over an email after viewing five articles. (The LA Times has also dropped its paywall.)
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WaPo will host Election Night Live in its homepage, on Snapchat, YouTube, live blogs, etc., starting at 7 p.m.
If you have voted, pour yourself a tall glass of your favorite beverage and try to remain calm. Weve compiled livestreams of the election returns from Facebook, YouTube, Snapchat, and more. You can even watch in virtual reality, if thats your thing.