Update: Hillary Clinton was expected to give her concession speech at 10:30 a.m. EST from the New Yorker Hotel’s Grand Ballroom. It is the first time she has addressed her staff and supporters after her defeat to Donald Trump.
After this interminable, brutal presidential campaign season, most people around the globe probably just want this election to be over. As of Sunday, more than 41 million Americans have already cast their ballots in early voter states and the District of Columbia. If you aren’t one of those people, make sure you find your polling place and vote on November 8th. It’s no joke.
After completing your civic duty, it’s then time to wait for the results. Other than network and cable channels broadcasting non-stop coverage on your television, plenty of other platforms are streaming election results so you can.
YouTube is the easiest way to get your 2016 election result fix: Starting at 7 p.m. ET, coverage will be aired via YouTube’s own The Young Turks, Telemundo, MTV News, Bloomberg and PBS NewsHour. NBC News will run coverage on YouTube beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET.
Several outlets will be taking to Facebook Live, including the New York Times (starting at 4:30 p.m. ET), the Washington Post (starting at 7 p.m.), CNN and PBS NewsHour (from 8 p.m. ET until 2 a.m). ABC News will not only be streaming live election coverage via its website, Good Morning America co-anchor Michael Strahan and ABC News correspondent T.J. Holmes will report poll results live from the network’s Facebook Live booth, called “Times Square Crossroads,” located in New York City’s Times Square.
Twitter will also have live election-night streaming courtesy of BuzzFeed via Election.Twitter.com.
President-elect Donald Trump addressed the crowd at New York City’s Hilton Midtown in a low-key acceptance speech. Watch here.