Join the PBS NewsHour for Election Coverage Live Online, On-Air, Mobile


It’s Election Day eve for the 2010 midterms, and political coverage promises to be plentiful Tuesday.

But for the finest election news and analysis, there’s only one PBS NewsHour — and we’ll have special coverage online, on-air and on mobile devices that you’ll want to make part of your election night.

The centerpiece of the NewsHour election coverage is a LIVE special broadcast that starts at 10 p.m. ET as a webcast. It’s a full hour of the NewsHour livestreamed online only, anchored by Jim Lehrer with columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks and analysis from Political Editor David Chalian and Stu Rothenberg. The full team of NewsHour correspondents will be out in the field and in the studio, bringing you the latest news, analysis, results, speeches and reactions.

Our special election coverage continues at 11 p.m. ET online, and that hour will also be broadcast on local PBS stations. Check your local listings.

You will be able to find the 10 p.m. ET-midnight ET livestream on the NewsHour homepage and UStream channel. If you have our iPhone app, you watch the livestream on your phone or iPad as well.

Also online, we’ll have a special homepage featuring a live blog with news, analysis and video, updating election returns from the Associated Press, contributions from our Patchwork Nation partners and our social media channels. If you’re on Twitter, follow @NewsHour coverage at #vote10. You can find all our election reports on our politics page.

We hope you’ll join us.