PBS NewsHour US Election Webcast
Tune in to the PBS NewsHour TONIGHT for Paul Solman’s election-day investigation into the spending frenzy, part of his ongoing coverage – Making Sen$e of financial news.
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As the nation braces for the flood of electoral results, big-dollar funders are hoping their unprecedented contributions will finally pay off. Thanks in part to the recent Supreme Court decision lifting limits on corporate and union spending, 2010 has been a new record-setter for mid-term political financing.
I would like to invite you to participate in and embed the PBS NewsHour's live interactive election webcast, tonight (starting at 10 p.m. EST).
It's the first time PBS has done a broadcast-style show (hosted by Jim Lehrer and featuring the PBS NewsHour’s legendary political columnists Mark Shields & David Brooks) wholly online - and they're hoping to make it a big success.
For a full rundown of the multi-platform, election-night plans and interactive social media stream, go to PBS NewsHour.
PBS will also be liveblogging
Join the conversation Election Night - Where PBS will be liveblogging from 5:45 p.m. EST until the wee hours of the morning.
Check it out at: http://newshour.pbs.org.
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