The presidential news cycle that has been ongoing for the past two years will end tomorrow with the US Presidential elections. In addition to the presidential election, there are also many important races for Congress and local offices. If you have a traditional TV with broadcast, cable, or satellite, you might just flip to any national broadcast channel or CNN to watch up-to-the-minute coverage of the election as state results come in and, as the night goes on, the race is called.
If you have cut the cord, fear not, you will still have plenty of options to watch the races as the country gears up for its thorough coverage. Google is not only the home to a lot of helpful voting information (how to vote, your ballot, local polling place) regarding your polling place but YouTube will also offer a number of channels that you will be able to watch for election 2016 results.
Beginning at 7pm (Eastern time), many channels will begin their election results coverage, including:
You can also check out the Google Now cards for the election results on your smartphone or in your Google search results.