Fox News to Air 67 Hours of Live Election Coverage

Fox News Channel says it will broadcast 67 consecutive hours of live election coverage leading up to and during Election Day on Tuesday beginning Sunday, November 6th through Wednesday, November 9th.

Fox News will kick off election coverage on Sunday, November 6th with special weekend programming beginning at 5AM/ET. The channel has a brand new state-of-the-art studio that will be unveiled first on FOX News Sunday with Chris Wallace followed by special Sunday editions of FNC’s signature shows and primetime lineup, including Special Report with Bret Baier (6PM/ET), The O’Reilly Factor (8PM/ET), The Kelly File (9PM/ET) and Hannity (10PM/ET).

On election night, Special Report’s Bret Baier and The Kelly File’s Megyn Kelly will headline coverage co-anchoring America’s Election Headquarters (AEHQ) beginning at 6PM/ET. Baier and Kelly will be joined by a team of commentators to analyze the results, including current On the Record host Brit Hume, FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace,The Five’s Dana Perino and Juan Williams as well as FNC political contributors Tucker Carlson, Karl Rove and Charles Krauthammer.

Also complimenting FNC’s election coverage will be Martha MacCallum who will report on the exit poll data and Bill Hemmer who will break down the results on the electronic “Bill-board.”  Chief political correspondent Carl Cameron and senior national correspondent John Roberts will be live from the Trump campaign headquarters in New York City, while national security correspondent Jennifer Griffin and senior political correspondent Mike Emanuel will be live from Hillary Clinton’s campaign headquarters at the Javits Center in New York City.

FNC correspondents reporting from various locations and battleground states across the country and contributing to the coverage include: Matt Finn (Ohio), Peter Doocy (Ohio), Jon Scott (Ohio), Mike Tobin (Wisconsin), Phil Keating (Florida), Steve Harrigan (Rubio Headquarters, Florida), Jonathan Serrie (North Carolina), Jenna Lee (North Carolina), Alicia Acuna (Arizona), Molly Line (New Hampshire), Dan Springer (Nevada), Jonathan Hunt (Nevada), Casey Stegall (Texas), Adam Housley (Los Angeles), Rich Edson (Kandor Headquarters, Missouri) and Rick Leventhal (Toomey Headquarters Pennsylvania). Additionally, chief Washington correspondent James Rosen will report live from DC on voter irregularities while Kevin Corke will report live from the White House.

Coverage will be available on Fox News on cable, as well as on additional platforms, including FOX News Radio, FOX News Mobile and