Here's a breakdown of what kind of 2010 midterm elections coverage you can expect and where:
9:30/8:30c: Vote 2010 , also hosted by Sawyer and Stephanopoulos, will include a panel of correspondents and political experts who will weigh in on the results as they come in. ABC News will also live-stream the content online.
9/8c: CBSNews.com will webcast coverage.
9/8c: Decision 2010 will be anchored by Brian Williams, David Gregory and Tom Brokaw. Also contributing will be NBC correspondent Andrea Mitchell, Savannah Guthrie, and Washington bureau chief Mark Whitaker. Chuck Todd, NBC News' political director and chief White House correspondent, will conduct live results analysis.
7/6c: Election Night in America will include Wolf Blitzer as anchor. He'll be joined by Anderson Cooper, Candy Crowley, John King and Soledad O'Brien. More importantly, they've ditched the holograms for a new toy: an interactive election matrix that displays real-time party gains and losses, tracking the possible shifts in the balance of power.
See it in action here:
9/8c: America's Election Headquarters will be lead by Brit Hume and Fox News contributors Juan Williams and Karl Rove. Martha MacCallum and Bill Hemmer will cover exit polls on an interactive touch screen. A rotating panel of contributors will include Sarah Palin, Mike Huckabee and Newt Gingrich. Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity and Greta Van Susteren will also weigh in. To brush up before heading to the polls, check out the network's interactive map that shows the current party divide and breaks down the polling numbers for all the closest races.
11/10c: PBS NewsHour's Special Live 1-hour election day broadcast anchored by Jim Lehrer.
Whose coverage will you be watching?