How to watch US presidential election: What time is it on ABC, CNN, Fox, YouTube?

ELECTION Day 2020 takes place on Tuesday, November 3.

With voting closing at around 9 pm around the country, here are some of the ways you can follow television coverage for the US Election 2020.

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Almost every TV network in the US and several around the world will be covering Election Day 2020 from start to finish.

If you have ABC as part of your cable package, you can watch it on your TV or simply head to the ABC website and log in with your credentials to stream coverage.

Full election coverage begins at 4 pm.

Otherwise, take advantage of fuboTV's FREE 7-day trial, which will get you access to ABC's Election Day coverage.


In addition to watching Anderson Cooper and company, you can also live stream coverage through its website. You will just need to log in through your TV provider.

Here is Tuesday's host lineup for Election Day in America and Election Night in America.

9 am – noon: Anderson Cooper

Noon – 2 pm: Erin Burnett and Don Lemon

2 pm – 4 pm: Erin Burnett and Chris Cuomo

4 pm – midnight: Election Night in America

Without cable, you can get CNN access with streaming service SlingTV. Right now, you can sign up for a free 3-day Sling trial so you can watch the results roll in as the exit polls begin to form.


Fox News is offering round-the-clock coverage on Election Day, offering non-stop action from Tuesday to when the results are provisionally announced in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Here is the Fox News schedule.

9 am – noon: America's newsroom

Noon – 1 pm: Outnumbered

1 pm – 2 pm: Outnumbered Overtime with Harris Faulkner

2 pm – 3 pm: The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino

3 pm – 4 pm: Bill Hemmer Reports

4 pm – 5 pm: Your World with Neil Cavuto

5 pm – 6 pm: The Five with Dana Perino, Greg Gutfeld, Jesse Watters, and Juan Williams

6 pm – midnight: Full election coverage

If you've got Fox News as part of your cable package, then viewing is as easy as turning your TV on.

To stream coverage on the Fox News website, log in with your credentials, and you can view the action from wherever you are.

Fox also comes as part of SlingTV's $30 a month Blue bundle package, or you can watch the action without paying a cent if you sign up for their free trial.

Livestream on YouTube

If you have broadband connection, you can watch Election Night live on YouTube.

Several news outlets like CBS News, ABC, NBC, C-Span and Time will all be live streaming coverage on YouTube.

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