On Election Day, BuffaloNews.com will be broadcasting live from our newsroom all day with updates and guests talking about local and national races and issues.
Hosted by reporters Brian Meyer and Phil Fairbanks, we'll have updates every half hour starting at noon, and then wall-to-wall coverage starting at 8 p.m. Our guests will include Washington Bureau Chief Jerry Zremski who will be reporting from Chicago and Reporter Tom Precious from Boston.
This is who we've got lined up:
*12 p.m.: Reporter Gene Warner on what early-morning voters were saying at the polls
*12:30 p.m.: Reporter Jay Rey from the swing state of Ohio
*1 p.m.: Reporter Henry Davis talks about health care issues and the election
*1:30 p.m.: Business Editor Grove Potter on the economy
*2 p.m.: Siena Research Institute pollster Steven A. Greenberg
*2:30 p.m.: Washington Bureau Chief Jerry Zremski reports from Chicago
*3 p.m.: Editorial Writer Kevin Walter on The Buffalo News' endorsement process
*3:30 p.m.: Reporter Dan Herbeck on issues in the Seneca Nation election
*4 p.m.: Reporter Tom Precious reports from Boston
*4:30 p.m.: Reporter Jay Rey reports from Ohio
*5 p.m.: Reporter Barbara O'Brien reports on area State Assembly races
*5:30 p.m.: Reporter Sandra Tan on the Erie County comptroller race
*6 p.m.: Rochester D&C Reporter Jessica Alaimo on the Slaughter-Brooks race
*6:30 p.m.: Reporter Denise Jewell Gee on the Hochul-Collins race
*7 p.m.: Reporter Charity Vogel on the Grisanti-Amodeo-Swanick race
*7:30 p.m.: Albany Bureau Chief Tom Precious reports from Boston
*8 p.m.: Wall-to-wall coverage begins with reports from reporters in the field and analysis from inside our newsroom, including from Political Reporter Bob McCarthy and Metro Columnist Donn Esmonde.Here's a look at all the coverage we're planning.