CINCINNATI - While national programming takes over WCPO-TV's on-air signal after 9 News at 6 on the evening of Tuesday, Nov. 8, 9 News will stream an election results show online, on your mobile device and your tablet to deliver the latest election day news as it becomes available.
The Democracy 2011 special will begin Tuesday at 9 p.m. to catch you up on all the latest election results, predicted winners and called races in the Tri-State.
You can also follow up-to-the-minute results online at wcpo.com/electionresults .
And be sure to tune in to 9 News at 11 for a wrap of all the Tri-State's election news, and what to expect after the voting dust settles.
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