Election Day is finally here and, unless it ends up devolving into a 2000-style ordeal, we’ll know whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will be the 45th President of the United States sometime tonight. (Jill Stein’s chances aren’t looking very good.) With cable subscriptions declining and cord-cutting on the rise, many are sure to want to follow along as the votes come in without actually turning on the TV. You can now watch live on CNN.
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Beginning at 4 p.m. EST, CNN will stream its coverage live across all digital platforms for free. You can find it on their homepage, Facebook Live and Apple News. The broadcast will last a full 12 hours, by which time one hopes the results will have been in for several hours. For a more data-centric approach, FiveThirtyEight’s live blog is essential as well.
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Calling those results for CNN will be Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, Dana Bash and Jake Tapper, with John King reporting from the Magic Wall.
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