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ELECTION DAY 2016

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

Today is the day! The day when we elect the 45th President of the United States and KHQ has you covered everywhere today!

Our coverage begins at 2:30pm and like a good summer BBQ goes until... ??? At 2:30, KHQ will have a 1-hour show, and then toss it over to NBC for Nightly news at 3:30pm. 

At 4:00pm, you're going to find NBC Network coverage until 10:55pm, with local updates with KHQ at :25 and :55 past the hour. (You can watch those in the video player above)

We will also be doing a special show on SWX for regional election coverage from 8:00pm to 9:00pm. (You can also watch those in the video player above)

From 10:00pm - 10:35pm, catch more regional coverage on FOX First at Ten, followed by more local election coverage on KHQ from 11:00pm to 11:35pm. 

Barring any major breaking news, local or nationally, that's where our election coverage on-air ends until Wednesday morning on KHQ's Wake Up Show beginning at 4:30am. However, throughout the day and night on Tuesday and Wednesday, look updates from KHQ.com via push alerts (download the KHQ app to receive alerts) on your mobile device and live updates on our Facebook page. 

We will have crews spread out across Spokane, north Idaho and Washington State covering the election tonight, and you can get the latest updates from those crews by following them on their Twitter and Facebook pages:

Joe McHale covering local Democratic Headquarters - Twitter  -  Facebook

Liz Burch covering local Republican Headquarters - Twitter  -  Facebook

Katie Chen covering Idaho elections - Twitter   -   Facebook

Patrick Erickson is our wild card. He will be roaming around covering races as needed: Twitter  -   Facebook

Hayley Guenthner will be in Seattle covering the race for Governor of Washington: Twitter   -    Facebook

Cory Howard will be covering all things social media during the election: Twitter   -   Facebook

Claire Graham will be at KHQ at the Initiative Desk monitoring all Initiatives on this year's ballot: Twitter   -   Facebook

Sean Owsley will be at KHQ at the Presidential Desk monitoring the Presidential race: Twitter   -   Facebook

Dan Kleckner and Stephanie Vigil will be on the main anchor desk at KHQ covering the entire general election: Dan's Twitter, Steph's Twitter   -    Dan's Facebook, Steph's Facebook

Also, be sure to follow KHQ's INSTAGRAM and SNAPCHAT for fun, behind the scene election night coverage. 

Local results are expected to begin to come in at around 8:00 pm, so keep refreshing our results page to get the latest. 

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