Tuesday, November 6 at 8:00 p.m.
PBS NewsHour Election Night 2012 - A Special Report
Get trusted, in-depth and independent election coverage with correspondents from PBS NEWSHOUR, WASHINGTON WEEK, NEED TO KNOW and FRONTLINE. Visit PBS Election 2012 on pbs.org for more up-to-date content from these programs as well as affiliate station sites and check back for additional program information throughout the remaining days of each campaign and up to election night, which will be covered live until the final results are announced.
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NEED TO KNOW “Campaign 2012”
Explore issues important to candidates and voters and see profiles of up-and-coming political leaders. A rotation of respected and experienced media professionals will both anchor and report from the field, including:
• Scott Simon, longtime host of NPR’s “Weekend Edition”
• Maria Hinojosa, host and managing editor of NPR’s “Latino USA” and former senior correspondent of NOW ON PBS
• Ray Suarez, co-anchor of the PBS NEWSHOUR
• Jeff Greenfield, a seasoned political, media and culture reporter and commentator who has worked for CNN, CBS, NBC, and was host of PBS’ CEO EXCHANGE. Click here for more information.
Washington Week with Gwen Ifle
PBS' longest-running public affairs series features Washington's top journalists analyzing the week's top news stories and their effect on the lives of all Americans.
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PBS NewsHour has more indepth coverage of the Presidential election. Click here for more information about the candidates.
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