From NPR Politics: national coverage of the 2014 Election
WRVO's live coverage begins on-air at 8 p.m. tonight. It will include coverage of national races from the NPR News team. With Robert Siegel and Melissa Block hosting, NPR's Senior Washington Correspondent Ron Elving, National Political Corresondent Mara Liason, Political Editor Charlie Mahtesian, EJ Dionne of the Brookings Institution and the Washington Post, and Ramesh Ponnuru of the National Review will all provide analysis.
You can listen live, online, or with your WRVO Public Media app. Be sure to check out Twitter, where you'll see live updates from the WRVO News team and NPR Politics.
Tweets from @NPRPolitics
WRVO reporters are also active on Twitter. You can follow Ryan Delaney, who will be at the Democrat election night headquarters, and Ellen Abbott, who will be at the Republican election night headquarters -- both for the 24th Congressional District. WRVO's Julia Botero will be covering races in the North Country tonight.
NPR News has compiled a list of NPR national correspondents and the reporters of local member stations. Is there a race you're interested in hearing about from the local level? Check out their list:
Straight from the horses mouth, a list of NPR reporters around the country covering today's races, follow along: http://t.co/SdmxoKNxSM— WRVO News (@WRVOnews) November 4, 2014
NPR Politics will be live-blogging all night long. This includes national news updates, quotes and images. You can follow along on Tumblr.