The 2014 midterms will decide the balance of power in Congress, along with who lives in governors’ mansions and how states handle issues from marijuana to health insurance. Here’s a guide to following the night’s events, on NPR and elsewhere.
Join NPR’s Election Party, featuring real-time coverage from our Political desk (along with music). To join the discussion, just use the hashtag #nprparty. It will also feature NPR’s Election Night special coverage, which starts at 8 p.m. ET and runs until 1 a.m. ET.
On social media, NPR’s Kate Parkinson-Morgan and Mel Kramer have assembled some helpful lists:
Member Stations and NPR Staff on Twitter: Every NPR reporter and every member station reporter covering Election Night, broken down by state.
NPR Member Stations (Twitter List): — Our list of all NPR member station reporters who are tweeting tonight.
NPR Staff Accounts (Twitter List): — Every NPR political reporter/producer tweeting tonight.
Of course, we’ll also be following stories here at the Two-Way.