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CINCINNATI - Join 9 News as we stream continuous LIVE video coverage of election results here on WCPO.com, on your mobile and tablet device and on digital channel 9.2.
Continuous coverage begins at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6. You can watch the live stream at http://www.wcpo.com/generic/news/news_livestream2/WCPO-Live-1-router .
9 News will also cover up to the minute election results here on WCPO.com. You can find those results at http://www.wcpo.com/generic/news/political/elections_local/Tri-State-County-by-County-Election-Results .
And join in on our interactive Election Day blog, reporting the latest on the polls here in the Tri-State and across the nation. You can check it out at http://live.wcpo.com/Event/Democracy_2012_Blog .
Wondering where you need to go to vote? Go to http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/news/political/elections_local/election-resources to find out.
Wondering what some of the issues might mean to you? Check out our voter guide at www.wcpo.com/generic/news/political/elections_local/Voter-Election-Guide .
Need to do some last minute research on your candidate? Check out several candidate profiles at http://www.wcpo.com/generic/news/political/elections_local/democracy-2012-candidate-profiles .
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