From The PBS Newshour: “VOTE 2022: Election Night Special” -Tuesday Nov. 8 starting at 8 pm

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VOTE 2022: Election Night Special

Special broadcast coverage begins at 8 PM and will continue at least until 11:30 pm.

The team is prepared to continue coverage if news dictates as such. 

Ten reporters from the PBS Newshour team
Top L-R: William Brangham (Correspondent); Geoff Bennett (Chief Washington Correspondent and PBS NewsHour Weekend Anchor); and Jeffery Brown (Chief Correspondent for Arts, Culture and Society). Middle L-R: Nick Schifrin (Foreign Affairs and Defense Correspondent); Nicole Ellis (Digital Anchor); Judy Woodruff (Anchor & Managing Editor); Amna Nawaz (Chief Correspondent and Primary Substitute Anchor); and John Yang (National Correspondent). Bottom L-R: Stephanie Sy (Correspondent and PBS NewsHour West Anchor); and Lisa Desjardins (Capitol Hill Correspondent).




NewsHour’s coverage will be anchored by managing editor Judy Woodruff, who will be joined by a panel of analysts and campaign strategists on set including New York Times op-ed columnist David Brooks, Washington Post columnists Gary Abernathy and Perry Bacon Jr., editor-in-chief of the Cook Political Report Amy Walter, former chief of staff to former Vice President Mike Pence Marc Short, and former campaign manager for Bernie Sanders for President Faiz Shakir. Additional reporting will be provided throughout the night by NewsHour’s chief correspondent Amna Nawaz also in studio, along with Capitol Hill correspondent Lisa Desjardins, chief Washington correspondent Geoff Bennett in Georgia, White House correspondent Laura Barrón-López and PBS NewsHour West anchor Stephanie Sy at Maricopa County headquarters, and national correspondent William Brangham reporting on ballot security. Throughout the evening, there will be additional reports from around the country from NewsHour’s community reporters, local PBS station reporters – and more.