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FOX News Media to Present Live Coverage and Special Programming Surrounding the 2022 Midterm Elections – Yahoo Finance

Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum to Co-Anchor FOX News Channel’s "Democracy 2022: Election Night" on Tuesday, November 8th
FNC’s Special Coverage Begins Sunday, November 6th
NEW YORK, October 27, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–FOX News Channel (FNC) will present special live coverage of the 2022 midterm elections on Tuesday, November 8th beginning at 6 PM/ET. Co-anchored by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum, Democracy 2022: Election Night will provide viewers with the latest calls on House, Senate, and gubernatorial races, as well as projections on the balance of power in both the Senate and the House via the FOX News Decision Desk.
Throughout the evening, Baier and MacCallum will be joined by America’s Newsroom co-anchor Bill Hemmer as he analyzes results in real-time on the electronic "Bill-board." The Faulkner Focus anchor Harris Faulkner will showcase voters’ voices during FNC’s coverage, speaking with a live audience of voters about the issues they feel strongest about in this election. Additionally, FOX News Sunday anchor Shannon Bream will use a new, immersive touch screen to report on the FOX News Voter Analysis, a survey of early and Election Day voters conducted in all 50 states by the nonpartisan research organization NORC at the University of Chicago for FOX News and the Associated Press. Contributions will also be made by America’s Newsroom co-anchor Dana Perino, FNC senior political analysts Brit Hume and Juan Williams, Sunday Night in America host Trey Gowdy, FNC contributors Karl Rove, Kellyanne Conway and Josh Kraushaar.
FOX News Channel’s White House correspondents Peter Doocy and Jacqui Heinrich will report live from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue while senior congressional correspondent Chad Pergram and chief Washington correspondent Mike Emanuel will update viewers on the balance of power between Republicans and Democrats in the House and the Senate. Following Baier and MacCallum’s election night special, live overnight coverage will begin at 1AM/ET anchored by FNC’s chief breaking news correspondent and anchor of FOX News @ Night Trace Gallagher until 4AM/ET when FOX & Friends First takes over coverage.
Leading up to Election Day, FNC will present live coverage and special programming. On Sunday, Nov. 6th, FOX News Sunday, anchored by Shannon Bream, will broadcast live from FNC’s election headquarters in New York. FNC weekday hosts and anchors will also deliver special editions of their shows on Sunday in advance of the midterm elections. Baier and MacCallum will co-anchor an election preview special entitled, Democracy 2022: Road to the Midterms at 10 PM/ET on Sunday. On Monday and Tuesday, FNC’s daytime schedule will feature prominent guests and analysis leading up to election night.
Additionally, more than 20 FNC correspondents will report throughout states across the country where key Senate, House and gubernatorial races are taking place. Correspondents and locations include Alicia Acuna in Arizona, Charles Watson in North Carolina, Phil Keating and Steve Harrigan in Florida, Aishah Hasnie and Jonathan Serrie in Georgia, Garrett Tenney in Michigan, Alexandria Hoff and Jonathan Hunt in Nevada, Matt Finn in New Mexico, Mark Meredith in Ohio, Dan Springer in Oregon, Bryan Llenas and Rich Edson in Pennsylvania and Casey Stegall in Texas.
FOX Business Network (FBN) will simulcast FNC’s special live coverage of the 2022 midterm elections, beginning at 6PM/ET, and provide live updates complete with domestic and international market reactions as results come in. Throughout election night, a panel of FBN talent including Stuart Varney, Maria Bartiromo, Charles Payne, and Larry Kudlow will provide real-time in-depth analysis on FNC of how the night’s results could impact viewers’ finances, Wall Street, and the global economy. Additionally, FBN correspondents will be stationed around the country reporting on key races with Connell McShane in Georgia, Kelly O'Grady in Arizona, Grady Trimble in Wisconsin, Hillary Vaughn in New Hampshire, and Jeff Flock in Pennsylvania.
FOX News Audio will present election night coverage co-anchored by Jared Halpern and Jessica Rosenthal beginning at 7 PM/ET across the FOX News Radio affiliate network and the FOX News app. Reporters including Tonya J. Powers, Jeff Monosso, Eben Brown, Gurnal Scott and Krystin Goodwin will report in the field covering key races. Two FOX News Rundown Podcasts and a midterm preview from Bret Baier’s All-Star Panel Podcast will also debut on November 8th. Leading up to Election Day, FOX News Audio will also present two hour-long Democracy 2022 Election specials hosted by Halpern, Rosenthal and Kraushaar that will be offered via FOX News Podcast and the FOX News Radio affiliate network.
FOXNews.com will feature up-to-the-minute gubernatorial, Senate and House race results, alongside live blog coverage from races across the country. FOXNews.com will also livestream the channel’s special coverage, including race results, election trends and in-depth political analysis.
FOX News Media operates the FOX News Channel (FNC), FOX Business Network (FBN), FOX News Digital, FOX News Audio, FOX News Books, the direct-to-consumer streaming services FOX Nation and FOX News International and the free ad-supported television service FOX Weather. Currently the number one network in all of cable, FNC has also been the most watched television news channel for more than 20 consecutive years, while FBN is the top business channel on cable. Owned by Fox Corporation, FOX News Media reaches nearly 200 million people each month.
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FOX News Media Contacts:
Jessica Ketner: 212.301.3976 or Jessica.Ketner@FOX.com
Sofie Watson: 212.301.3818 or Sofie.Watson@FOX.com
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