New Hampshire Public Radio will broadcast midterm elections coverage from National Public Radio Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Beginning at 8 p.m., NHPR airwaves will bring listeners reporting from NPR’s political correspondents. Ailsa Change, Ari Shapiro, Michel Martin, Sam Sanders and Sarah McCammon will host interviews with reporters throughout the night while the NPR politics team will offer results and analysis.
NPR will provide coverage and reporting from member stations across the nation, including NHPR, on a live election night blog. Reporting will include exit polling, video streams of candidates’ speeches and graphics with election results.
Thanks to a partnership with the Associated Press, NPR’s graphics will display real-time election results for up-to-the-minute reporting on the House and Senate, and all gubernatorial races, as well as results down to the county level for each state.
NHPR’s Morning Edition on Election Day will extend through the 10 a.m. hour, pre-empting The Exchange and bringing national reporting to the Granite State on pertinent political coverage.
NPR has held weekly conversations on election-related news through its midterms-themed programming The Politics Show, which launched Sept. 14 and will conclude with a final post-election analysis episode airing Sunday, Nov. 11, at 11 a.m. on NHPR.