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By: Gigaom
November 05, 2012 at 21:04 PM EST
Where to watch the 2012 presidential election live online
Watching the results in real time has never been easier than during this year's presidential election: Numerous TV networks and news sites are live streaming on the web, on the iPad and on Xboxes and connected devices. Check out our ultimate guide for all the links.

Millions of people all over the U.S. will flock to the polls Tuesday to make their vote count; and later, everyone will be glued to the screen to find out how the country has voted. Pretty much all the big news organizations are streaming their live coverage online, so you don’t need to have cable — or you can watch multiple feeds at the same time — to see who is calling which state first.

Check out our ultimate guide to watching the elections online below:

We will update this list frequently until Tuesday night, so check back often – and feel free to leave any additional links in the comments!

For more on how to watch news and other TV programming without paying for cable, check out my ebook Cut the Cord: All You Need to Know to Drop Cable.

Image courtesy of Flickr user League of Women Voters of California.



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