DETAILS: Watch Fox News Channel's Midterm Election Night Coverage
Bret Baier & Martha MacCallum host at 6:00pm ET.
Fox News Channel is America's Election Headquarters and the place to be for comprehensive coverage on Midterm Election night.
Join anchors Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum Tuesday night at 6:00pm ET as they watch all of the key races that will decide which party controls the House and Senate.
As race calls stream in from the Fox News Decision Desk, viewers will see live updates on the projections for the balance of power in Congress.
Bill Hemmer will break down the vote totals as the returns come in from the electronic "Bill-board," while Harris Faulkner will keep track of the critical battles on the data-driven "Key Race Tracker."
Additionally, Shannon Bream will debut the Fox News Voter Analysis, a survey of early and Election Day voters conducted in all 50 states.
Bret and Martha will get instant reaction and analysis from a top-notch panel featuring Chris Wallace, Brit Hume, Dana Perino, Juan Williams, Marie Harf, Guy Benson, Steve Hilton, and Mollie Hemingway. Plus, you'll hear from primetime stars Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham.
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The coverage will also feature an interactive viewing party outside the studio at "Fox Square," where fans will be able to watch and interact with the latest coverage alongside Fox News reporter Carley Shimkus, who will get reaction from the crowd.
Starting at 9:00am ET on Election Day, "The Fox Nation Election Experience" will offer Fox News enthusiasts a sneak peek at the new, on-demand subscription-based streaming service. Those who attend can meet the Fox Nation stars, with live music, book signings, food and premium giveaways.
Tune in to Fox News Channel on Election Night, Tuesday, November 6th at 6:00pm ET and read more on the coverage, here.