Watch the Midterm Election Results Live Online for Free

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Control of the U.S. Senate is at stake Tuesday when voters head to the polls, with Republicans needing a net gain of six seats to take over Congress’ upper chamber. (Getty)

As America goes to the polls Tuesday with control of the U.S. Senate on the line, major TV networks will have extensive election coverage, with politics-driven cable channels like CNN, Fox News and MSNBC featuring wall-to-wall coverage of the results Tuesday evening.

Follow our coverage of midterm Senate election results here, updated live:

If you’re looking for a live stream of election results, you have several options. Here are a few of the best:


PBS Free Election Night Live Stream



Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream

PBS’ NewsHour will be streaming the results from 6 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Eastern time, and you can watch the stream right here in the player above, or here on the PBS site.

Gwen Ifil and Judy Woodruf will co-anchor the coverage, with Mark Shields, Michael Gerson, Amy Walter, Stu Rothenberg and members of NewsHour’s political reporting team providing analysis and live updates.


Live Streams on CNN, Fox News & MSNBC

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Voters wait to enter a polling station Tuesday morning in Detroit. (Getty)

The most exhaustive election coverage will come from CNN, Fox News and MSNBC, all three of which will have wall-to-wall coverage throughout the day.

All three networks have live streams of their newscasts, and Fox News will feature an additional webcast to compliment its TV coverage. There’s no additional charge to watch the live streams if you have a cable subscription with access to the networks’ streaming services, but you’ll need a cable provider log-in and password to access them.

You can access CNN’s stream here, Fox News’ stream here and MSNBC’s stream here.


Free Live Stream From The Nation

The Nation live stream

The Nation will have a free live stream broadcast beginning at 7 p.m. Eastern and continuing until midnight. You can access the live stream here and don’t need log-in information to watch it. Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez will anchor the coverage.

Correction: An earlier version of this post incorrectly reported that Al Jazeera America would be live-streaming its election coverage. The network will air live coverage from 7 p.m. to midnight Eastern, but the coverage will not be streamed online.

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