Election Day, finally!

PBS NewsHour will sign on for election coverage at 6 pm Tuesday, Nov. 3. Watch on WGCU PBS, at pbs.org/newshour or at wgcu.org.
NPR goes live with election coverage Tuesday at 7 pm and will continue until at least 2 am Wednesday. On the next three nights, Wednesday, Nov. 4, through Friday, Nov. 6, NPR plans one-hour election updates at 9 pm.
Locally, the WGCU news team will begin Tuesday with information and totals on early- and mail-in voting during Morning Edition on WGCU FM, then will have updates at four minutes past every hour all day, from polling places throughout the region. Listen to WGCU FM 90.1/91.7, at wgcu.org or through the WGCU app.
For a different perspective on U.S. elections, check out coverage by the BBC World Service.
If you just can’t get enough, PBS has rounded up a collection of election-themed topics such as what early voting trends mean, trust in presidential polls, and videos of candidates’ speeches at pbs.org/election-2020/.