Here's Where You Can Find WBUR's Election 2020 Coverage

With so much early voting activity, Election Day may look a bit different this year — but its importance to our nation’s democracy remains unchanged. Make WBUR your source for information you can trust on election night.

Listen: Special live coverage from NPR and WBUR begins at 7 p.m.

Join WBUR’s Bob Oakes for results from Massachusetts with WBUR journalists and analysts including senior political reporter Anthony Brooks, Democrat Michael Curry, chair of the national NAACP Board's advocacy and policy committee and Republican Jane Swift, former governor of Massachusetts.

Special election coverage from NPR featuring results on the national picture and the race to the White House — runs at least through 2 a.m. NPR hosts Ailsa Chang, Lulu Garcia-Navarro, Michel Martin, Sarah McCammon and Ari Shapiro will co-host the special coverage from Washington, DC. The program will feature up-to-the-minute results, speeches, newsmaker interviews, reports from candidate sites, and analysis from NPR's Politics team.

Here’s how to tune in.

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Get real-time updates and results of the U.S. presidential race, a breakdown of the balance of power in Congress and, of course, live results for the various contested statewide and local races in Massachusetts at

  • We’ll provide live results in our election map of the presidential race in Massachusetts, as well as results for the state’s Senate race and two ballot measures.
  • You can follow @WBUR on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and see all the results at

Register for a WBUR Town Hall on Nov 17

Whatever the outcome of the 2020 presidential election – and whether it will be determined in days or weeks – there will be profound consequences for the country. Tonya Mosley, co-host of Here & Now, moderates a panel of NPR political reporters who will share what they’ve learned and take your questions live.

Register here.

In these next several days, public media will be more important than ever...a source of truth for millions of Americans who need it.



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