Montana Public Media partners have election day covered. See below for schedules and info on TV, radio and web coverage for election day, Tuesday November 6.
National coverage beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Local coverage beginning at 6:56 p.m.
MontanaPBS provides LIVE coverage of the major races across Montana, including reports from campaign headquarters in the U.S. Senate and Governor’s races. There will be up-to-the-minute voting results, interviews and analysis on all the key statewide races. The PBS Newshour kicks off the night’s coverage tracking the early results in the Presidential election and other races of national importance. As the polls close in our state, MontanaPBS will have the early returns, voter reactions and analysis of the results. Viewers will get the best of both local and national coverage.
Montana Public Radio:
National coverage beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Local coverage beginning at 8:00 p.m.
Montana Public Radio live local coverage begins as the polls close at 8:00 p.m. MTPR will have statewide results, candidate interviews, and analysis hosted by News Director Sally Mauk, with political science professors Rob Saldin and Christopher Muste.
Yellowstone Public Radio:
Coverage beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Yellowstone Public Radio presents comprehensive, live Election 2012 coverage from NPR News, beginning at 6:00 p.m. on Election Day. Drawing from their significant pool of journalists and contributors, NPR News will cover poll results with on-the-scene reports from across the country and analysis from NPR News in Washington, D.C.
University of Montana School Of Journalism:
Coverage and updates throughout the day.
Students from the University of Montana School of Journalism will post articles and updates on the statewide races right here on montanapublicmedia.org throughout the day.
You can find coverage of national races on PBS Newshour including a 6-channel live video stream featuring a studio cam, candidate speeches, analysis and more. National Public Radio will cover poll results with on-the-scene reports from across the country and analysis from NPR News in Washington, D.C.