FOX News Media will feature live coverage and special programming surrounding the 2022 midterm elections
Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum will co-host “Democracy 2022: Election Night” on FOX News Channel on Tuesday, November 8e
FNC special coverage begins Sunday, November 6e
NEW YORK, October 27, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–FOX News Channel (FNC) will feature special live coverage of the 2022 midterm elections on Tuesday, November 8e starting at 6 p.m./ET. Co-hosted by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum, Democracy 2022: Election night will provide viewers with the latest calls on the House, Senate and gubernatorial races, as well as projections on the balance of power in the Senate and House via the FOX News Decision Desk.
Throughout the evening, Baier and MacCallum will be joined by American Newsroom co-host Bill Hemmer as he analyzes the results in real time on the electronic “Bill-board”. The Faulkner Accent anchor Harris Faulkner will present the voice of voters during FNC coverage, speaking to a live audience of voters about the issues that matter most to them in this election. In addition, FOX News Sunday anchor Shannon Bream will use a new immersive touchscreen to report on FOX News Voter Analytics, a survey of early and Election Day voters conducted in all 50 states by nonpartisan research organization NORC. the University of Chicago for FOX News and the Associated Press. Contributions will also be made by American Newsroom co-anchor Dana Perino, senior FNC political analysts Brit Hume and Juan Williams, Sunday night in America host Trey Gowdy, FNC contributors Karl Rove, Kellyanne Conway and Josh Kraushaar.
FOX News Channel White House correspondents Peter Doocy and Jacqui Heinrich will report live from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue while Senior Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram and Chief Washington Correspondent Mike Emanuel will update viewers on the balance of powers between Republicans and Democrats in the House and the Senate. After Baier and MacCallum’s election night special, nightly live coverage will begin at 1:00 a.m. ET anchored by FNC’s chief breaking news correspondent and the anchor of FOX News @ Night Trace Gallagher until 4am/ET when FOX and friends first picks up the cover.
Ahead of Election Day, FNC will feature live coverage and special programming. Sunday, November 6e, FOX News Sunday, anchored by Shannon Bream, will be broadcast live from FNC election headquarters in New York City. FNC weekday hosts and presenters will also present special editions of their shows on Sunday ahead of the midterm elections. Baier and MacCallum will co-host an election special titled, Democracy 2022: On the way to half-terms at 10 p.m./ET on Sunday. On Monday and Tuesday, FNC’s daytime schedule will feature celebrity guests and analysis leading up to election night.
Additionally, more than 20 FNC correspondents will report from every state across the country where major Senate, House and gubernatorial races are taking place. Correspondents and locations include Alicia Acuna in Arizona, Charles Watson in North Carolina, Phil Keating and Steve Harrigan in Florida, Aishah Hasnie and Jonathan Serrie in Georgia, Garrett Tenney in Michigan, Alexandria Hoff and Jonathan Hunt in Nevada, Matt Finn in New Mexico, Mark Meredith in Ohio, Dan Springer in Oregon, Bryan Llenas and Rich Edson in Pennsylvania, and Casey Stegall in Texas.
FOX Business Network (FBN) will simulcast FNC’s special live coverage of the 2022 midterm elections, beginning at 6:00 p.m./ET, and will provide comprehensive live updates with domestic and international market reactions as the results come in. Throughout election night, a panel of FBN talent including Stuart Varney, Maria Bartiromo, Charles Payne and Larry Kudlow will provide in-depth real-time analysis on FNC of the impact the night’s results could have on the finances of the viewers, Wall Street and the global economy. Additionally, FBN correspondents will be stationed across the country to report on key races with Connell McShane in Georgia, Kelly O’Grady in Arizona, Grady Trimble in Wisconsin, Hillary Vaughn in New Hampshire and Jeff Flock in Pennsylvania.
FOX News Audio will feature election night coverage co-anchored by Jared Halpern and Jessica Rosenthal beginning at 7:00 p.m./ET on the FOX News Radio affiliate network and the FOX News app. Reporters such as Tonya J. Powers, Jeff Monosso, Eben Brown, Gurnal Scott and Krystin Goodwin will report from the field covering key races. Two recap podcasts from FOX News and a mid-run preview of Bret Baier’s All-Star Panel podcast will also debut on November 8. Leading up to Election Day, FOX News Audio will also feature two one-hour Democracy 2022 election specials hosted by Halpern, Rosenthal and Kraushaar that will be offered through FOX News Podcast and the FOX News Radio affiliate network.
FOXNews.com will feature up-to-the-minute Governor, Senate and House race results, as well as live coverage from race blogs across the country. FOXNews.com will also carry the channel’s special coverage live, including race results, election trends and in-depth political analysis.
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