How to Follow the Election Without a TV
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How to Follow the Election Without a TV

It’s here! It’s finally here! The day that everyone’s been talking about for MONTHS is finally today: We are electing the 45th President of the United States of America. After you’ve cast your ballot (Google will help you find your polling place, if you need it!), here’s where you can keep up with election coverage, even if you don’t have a TV.

YouTube: Starting at 7pm ET, YouTube will begin live streaming election coverage from global news networks, including NBC NewsPBSMTVBloombergTelemundo and The Young Turks.

Twitter: Starting at 6pm ET, Twitter will take over and host Buzzfeed‘s election results stream live. You can also follow your favorite news outlets and journalists who will be tweeting as results start to pour in.

Facebook: So TONS of news outlets (like, more than 50) will be doing Facebook live-streams throughout the day. National AND local stations will be reporting live from the polls and you can see every election-based live-stream happening right here.

Straight from the News: If you’re loyal to a specific news station, paper or site, you can just tune into their streams directly. CNN, ABC, FiveThirtyEight, the New York Times and VICE are among the outlets reporting live all night. When in doubt, just go to your favorite news organization’s home page and there will definitely be something for you to look at.

Google: If this is all too much for you, we’ve got a simple solution: Just Google “Election results.” The search engine will pull in live data from all over the web and keep you updated with what you need to know.

How are you feeling on Election Day? Let us know @BritandCo!

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