NPR News Election Night Coverage
Airs Tuesday, November 8, at 7 p.m. NPR News and Red River Radio bring you complete Election night coverage of the 2016 General Election. NPR hosts Robert Siegel, Audie Cornish, Rachel Martin, and Ari Shapiro will co-host our Special Coverage from NPR headquarters in Washington, DC. The program will feature speeches, newsmaker interviews, reports from candidate sites, and analysis from NPR's Political Team.
Throughout the night, the NPR politics team will provide live updates on election returns and analysis of the results. The team includes National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson, NPR Politics podcast host Sam Sanders, Lead Political editor Domenico Montanaro, Sr. Washington Editor and Correspondent Ron Elving, and Congressional Reporter Susan Davis. NPR White House Correspondent Scott Horsley and Demographics Reporter Asma Khalid will provide exit poll analysis. NPR's Tamara Keith will cover the Clinton/Kaine election night event. NPR's Sarah McCammon will be at the Trump/Pence event.
NPR correspondents and Member station reporters will join the broadcast from around the country with reaction to the national race, as well as results, interviews and analysis relating to local, Congressional, Senate, and Gubernatorial races.