FNC put out a release on its 2006 midterm election coverage…
UPDATE: Brit Hume’s Election Preview Special on Sunday will now air at 8pm ET followed by a Hannity & Colmes special at 9pm ET.
Brit Hume kicks-off Fox News Channel’s (FNC) special Election Day coverage of the 2006 midterm elections on Tuesday, November 7th, beginning at 6 p.m. (ET) with Special Report and continuing throughout the evening with You Decide 2006 (7 p.m.-12 a.m. ET). Programming will include interviews with key political players and live reports from FNC’s team of seasoned political correspondents, anchors and analysts. On election night, FNC examines the latest returns, with Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday reporting national exit polls. Overall analysis will be provided by The Beltway Boys hosts Fred Barnes and Mort Kondracke; political contributor Juan Williams; Bill Kristol, editor, The Weekly Standard and Michael Barone, columnist, U.S. World and News Report.
From Washington, D.C., Chief Political Correspondent Carl Cameron will provide up-to-the-minute reporting on Senate races, Major Garrett reports on House races, and Megyn Kendall will focus on the latest results of the gubernatorial races. Chief White House Correspondent Bret Baier will provide live updates from the White House.
Additional programming will include: A special You Decide 2006 as hosted by Brit Hume presented on Sunday, November 5th at 8 p.m. (ET) followed by Hannity & Colmes at 9pm (ET). Also, Fox Online with Bill Hemmer will originate from Ohio both Monday, November 6th and Tuesday, November 7th at 12 p.m. (ET) and Live Desk with Martha MacCallum on location in Scranton, PA both Monday, November 6th and Tuesday, November 7th at 1 p.m. (ET).
Expanding on the network’s multi-platform election coverage, Foxnews.com will offer exclusive analysis from RealClearPolitics, as well as a new customized Election Tracker that allows viewers to create their own page on which they can monitor the races of their choice.