November 2, 2016

Make NPR Your Election Night Destination

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Wednesday, November 2; Washington D.C. - As polls begin to close across the country on Tuesday November 8th, NPR News will offer special coverage of Election Night 2016.

NPR News coverage will be available to listeners and viewers on Member station broadcasts, online at, at, and on the NPR Politics Podcast (The Politics Podcast will release a new episode every day through the election, as well as a special election roundup on November 9th). Breaking news alerts and election results are also available through the NPR News App and by email subscription.

See stations and broadcast times at (Special coverage for election returns will be live from 8pm-5am ET).

Follow NPR Politics on Twitter (@nprpolitics) and Facebook and NPR on Snapchat (@npr) for live updates, photos and reports from the field.

Digital News Coverage

NPR's interactive election site will be live on The election site will feature a special breaking news blog with analysis from NPR's team of expert reporters. It will also include a live-updating election results map, with tools that allow users to view returns by state and key counties, as well as historical results from previous elections. Additional site graphics will update with Senate, House and gubernatorial results.

Who to Follow Around the Country:

Tamara Keith at Clinton's election-night headquarters
Sarah McCammon at Trump election-night headquarters
Joel Rose outside Trump Tower in New York City
Debbie Elliot in South Carolina
Greg Allen in Florida
Alisa Chang in Nevada
Tovia Smith in Massachusetts
Kirk Siegler in Arizona
Don Gonyea in Pennsylvania
Scott Detrow will be at the to-be-determined victory party

Who to Follow at NPR Headquarters

NPR Politics
Sam Sanders
Ron Elving
Domenico Montanaro
Susan Davis
Scott Horsley
Asma Khalid
Pamela Fessler