As all eyes in Pennsylvania are on Philly today to turn out to vote, the rest of us here are just trying to decipher it all. Elections, like debates, are more fun when you’re on social media — so here’s how to do that:
Who to follow on Twitter for updates throughout the day:
- Damon Williams, Philadelphia Tribune reporter
- Tom Fitzgerald, Philadelphia Inquirer reporter
- Jason Nark, Philadelphia Daily News reporter
- John Micek, Patriot-News Opinion Editor
- Will Bunch, Philadelphia Daily News reporter
- Jon Geeting, PlanPhilly engagement editor
- Holly Otterbein, WHYY reporter
- Tricia Nadolny, Phildaelphia Inquirer reporter
- William Bender, Philadelphia Daily News reporter
- Jonathan Tamari, Philadelphia Inquirer DC correspondent
- Christine Killian, Al Dia News reporter
- Wallace McKelvey, Patriot-News reporter
- Angela Couloumbis, Philadelphia Inquirer reporter
- Committee of Seventy, Philly’s nonpartisan better-government watchdog
- Chris Brennan, Philadelphia Daily News political editor
- Amy Worden, Philadelphia Inquirer Pa. govt. reporter
- Kate Giammarise, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reporter
- Dave Davies, WHYY reporter
- Emily Opilo, Allentown Morning Call reporter
- Steve Esack, Allentown Morning Call Harrisburg correspondent
- Jim Saksa, Philadelphia City Paper writer
- Dustin Slaughter, The Declaration writer
- Kenneth Lipp, The Declaration writer
- Joshua Scott Albert, The Declaration writer and photographer
Follow along with those tweeters and more on Billy Penn‘s Election Day Twitter list.
How to watch all the Election Day action:
Polls officially close at 8 p.m., and votes will begin to be counted shortly after that.
For live TV coverage after polls close, PCN will be starting its coverage at 8:30 p.m. That’ll be kicked off by a panel discussion with Terry Madonna and Chris Borick, two of the state’s most well-known pollsters and political experts. Click here for PCN’s full TV schedule.
Beginning at 10 p.m., ABC, NBC and CBS will begin to air national news broadcasts bringing you election coverage. Meanwhile, Fox 29 will air local election coverage.
Local election-related news will air on ABC, NBC and CBS Philadelphia stations beginning at 11 p.m.
Following along with the national stories? The Gray Lady put together a nice video of how to follow along: