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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

All eyes are on Ohio and FOX19 is covering the election from all sides, bringing you results on air, online and on your mobile phone or tablet.

ON AIR

We will kick off our coverage at 6:30 p.m., live from the Hamilton County Board of Elections. The international spotlight is on Hamilton County, as it could hold the key to the White House. We will update you on voting and whether there were any problems.

Starting at 8:00 p.m., after Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy, FOXNews will be covering the national races on our air and periodically we will come on to dig into the local ones.

We will take over at 10:00 p.m., outlining the outcomes of local and national races.

ONLINE

Election results will be posted online as they are counted in each county. You will be able to find them at the top of FOX19.com in the breaking news banner.

FOX19 will be on Facebook and Twitter election night, gathering input from viewers just like you. Be sure to like FOX19 on Facebook and follow @FOX19 to join the conversation.

You can also join the conversation by joining FOX19 Reality Check's Ben Swann in a Live Chat, starting at 7:00 p.m., right after the 6:30 news.

Have you signed up to receive email updates from FOX19? If not, click here. We'll send updates on major races as results come in.

MOBILE

If you will be out in about, be sure to download the FOX19 News app. We will have all of the results on there as they happen.  There's a constant stream of new news for you to look at while you are waiting.

The free app is available for Blackberry, Android, iPhone and iPad devices. Just search "FOX19" in your app store.

If you don't have a smartphone but would still like to stay informed, just log onto our mobile site at http://m.fox19.com/from your phone's browser.

Thank you for choosing FOX19 for your election coverage!

 

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