FOX News Channel Announces Election Night Coverage Schedule

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November 2nd, 2012

FNC will provide live continuous coverage of election night.. At 6PM, America's Election Headquarters anchored by Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly will feature analysis from senior political analyst Brit Hume, FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace, as well as contributors Joe Trippi, Juan Williams, Karl Rove, Kirsten Powers, and Stephen Hayes.

At 7PM, Shepard Smith will anchor FOX Broadcasting Company’s live election night coverage .  Commentary and analysis will be provided by FOX News contributor Ed Rollins, Democratic Strategist Mary Anne Marsh, and A.B. Stoddard, associate editor of The Hill.

Correspondents, who are reporting from the battleground states across the country, include: Alicia Acuna (Colorado), Shannon Bream (Iowa), Steve Brown (Ohio), Peter Doocy (Virginia), Mike Emanuel (Virginia), Steve Harrigan (Florida), Phil Keating (Florida), Molly Line (New Hampshire), Doug McKelway (Wisconsin), Dan Springer (Nevada) and Mike Tobin (Ohio).

Bill O'Reilly, Greta Van Susteren will also provide commentary. Van Susteren will interview Sarah Palin. Eric Shawn will report on voter fraud issues.

  • d.d

    I’ll be watching Fox & some of CNN. Fox really does a good job with their coverage !

  • City Kitty

    Juan Williams?????


    Where’s Charles Krauthammer???

    I’m watching whatever channel has Charles on.

  • Dave

    The most ignorant people believe FOX is a news network.

  • Joseph

    Isn’t at least part of this coverage also being simulcast on Fox’s broadcast network??

  • Chris

    It would be easier if the broadcast network’s coverage was simply a mirror of Fox News Channel. Would make more sense.

  • Mark2

    I always watch CNN on election night. John King is by far the best when it comes breaking down the voting by using his interactive map.

  • 1966

    your the most stupid person that posts here.


    @Dave. With a comment like that, you sound like you didn’t complete High School.

  • Ultima

    Isn’t at least part of this coverage also being simulcast on Fox’s broadcast network??

    While the FOX coverage is produced by FNC, it is a seperate program with different anchors and analysts (though they’ll share field reporters and live feeds of the candidates).

  • AppleStinx

    Fox News channel: fair and balanced news and election coverage. Yes!

  • b

    No Dave….the most ignorant people in this Country are the deniers that refuse to watch FOX News because the masters that serve your Kool-Aid pound “FOX lies” into your weakly insignificant and childish minds. Is it ok for the people of this Country to not have been told about Fast and Furious and to whisk-away the events in Benghazi because President Obama thinks it is a little too much for you to understand?

    …see, you blindly moronic defenders of Obama are so pathetically weak and sick and for those that do know all of this, but see this as a way to subversively convert this Country to that of the repressed failures throughout history, the only option you have is to move away. NICE TRY, THIS WAS YOUR BEST SHOT, IT FAILED, and you will never come this close again….

  • Mikala

    It will be comical to watch all their heads exploding when Obama wins re-election.

  • Dave

    Obama will win in a landslide.FOX would love to see more Americans killed if they could figure out a way to blame it on our President.They are pure scum.

  • Pete S.

    davie, the scum lies within you. American-hating terrorists would love to see more americans killed. So in your opinion Fox is the same as anti-american terrorists? maybe when you become a big-boy grown-up you’ll think back at how stupid your opinions sounded way back around 2012.

  • Coffee Steve

    The most ignorant people believe FOX is a news network

    I think people who post things like this are Ignorant.

  • Kathy

    No Greg Gutfield? Really? I would think he’d be around for comic relief at least. Every Fox show is better with him on it!

  • Coffee Steve

    Fox News channel: fair and balanced news and election coverage. Yes!

    Prediction? 15 Million? And can you imagine the shock waves Apple if Fox leads all Networks on Election Coverage again?

  • Coffee Steve


    He’s on the five right now

  • Pete S.

    where is there no Greg?

  • Coffee Steve

    Wazzz Up Pete? Long time, long see

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